Revelstoke KOA

E. Trans Canada Highway / KOA Road 2411

Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0 Canada Canada

Reserve: 800-562-3905

Info: 250-837-2085

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Local Area Activities

Golfing - beautiful 18-hole course Photo

Golfing - beautiful 18-hole course

Revelstoke Golf Club is located in a beautiful setting by the Columbia River. It includes a mix of sand traps, dog legs and water hazards to suit all talents and skills.

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Fishing - kokanee, rainbow and cutthroat trout and dolly varden Photo

Fishing - kokanee, rainbow and cutthroat trout and dolly varden

The freshwater lakes, streams and rivers surrounding Revelstoke provide some of the best fishing in the province. Pair that up with the beauty of the mountains on a sunny day and you have a sportsmans paradise.

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Hiking Trails Photo

Hiking Trails

Hiking available only a short distance from the City at Mount Revelstoke. There, you will find trails and hikes to suit every level and taste.

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River Boating

Several types of tours are available from one hour dam tours that let you enjoy the spectre of Canadas highest dam from the canyon floor; to three hour tours that take you south on the Columbia River where you will take in the spectacular beauty of glaciers, waterfalls and migratory wetlands. Six hour day tours are also available with picnic lunch provided. Private fishing charters, and boat rentals available.

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Rafting Photo

Rafting

Combine Revelstokes world famous scenery with the fun and excitement of river rafting and you have an unbeatable outdoor experience.

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Heli hiking Photo

Heli hiking

The Selkirk & Monashee Mountains that surround Revelstoke offer endless hiking & climbing opportunities. Whether you are looking for an easy hike or some extreme high altitude rock climbing, we have you covered.With many area mountains topping 10,000 ft, you have the opportunity to climb on glaciers and high alpine meadows, either by hiking up marked trails, or taking a ride in a helicopter to some very remote & untouched wilderness areas.

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