Horseshoe Lake in Kootenay Boundary

Free Camping at Horseshoe Lake in Kootenay Boundary you will enjoy 2 Campsites and be able to get there with a Snowmobiling! You will get from there, nice Canoeing service, attractive Fishing facilities, enjoyable Boating facilities, Snowmobiling & Great Camping opportunities. Site Description:You will often have this quiet little lake all to yourself. Although it […]

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On April 23, 2011
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Free Camping at Horseshoe Lake in Kootenay Boundary you will enjoy 2 Campsites and be able to get there with a Snowmobiling! You will get from there, nice Canoeing service, attractive Fishing facilities, enjoyable Boating facilities, Snowmobiling & Great Camping opportunities.

Site Description:You will often have this quiet little lake all to yourself. Although it is known for good fishing, it is often eclipsed by Wilson Lake. From the road side recreation site near the bridge, one looks across the lake to a small island. A perfect lake to put your canoe into for a paddle and a bit of fishing. This is also a good base camp for exploring the forestry roads beyond by ATV or bike.

Driving Directions:From the junction of Highway 6 and 23 in Nakusp, travel east on Highway 6 towards New Denver for 6.3 km. Turn left onto the “Wilson Lake Road”. Take this good 2 wheel drive, gravel road up Wensley Creek, past the sawmill. Stay left at the “Wilson Lake Forest Service Road” junction. Turn left past the access road to the Wilson Lake West Recreation Site. Continue up the hill. Horseshoe Lake Recreation Site is 400 meters past the 8 km marker.

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