Camp ready for 2017 season

John and Suzi return for 2017

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Camp Opening July 1

Camp is open under 30 degree blue skies… and wonderful conditions. Suzi and John are on site and boat is running from Schroeder Creek resort.

Weather forecast:

Last summer was a bit cooler and rainier than usual so here’s the best forecast for summer 2017:

  • 30 Degree days with sunshine starting June 29th.  (That’s 86 degrees F. for those of you who read it that way)
  • No rain during the days, but each week there will be a roaring thunder storm on one evening that will dump a nice rainfall over the region.  This will keep the fire risk down and no campfire ban is forecast for the entire summer… just like last year.
  • Between the hours of 2-3 pm each day there will be some cloud, allowing a cooling off, siesta period for mid-afternoon. Following will be more hot sunshine until 9 pm, followed by a dark sky with lots of northern lights.

That’s a tad utopian as a forecast, but summer weather on Kootenay Lake usually has many hot sunny days, regular spectacular thundershowers, and beautiful dark evenings.

Tell your friends

Help others discover the wonder that is the wilderness experience.

New Slideshow from Board Member Scott Tuton.  
Scott has created a slide show that has beautiful images and information that is particularly useful for people in the U.S. who want to visit camp.  It’s a great way to show and tell about the joys of Camp.  You can see it here: SCOTT’S SLIDESHOW

Download a PDF slideshow here. WildernessCampSlideshow4MB

For full Powerpoint  download here on Drop Box.
PowerPoint version: https://www.dropbox.com/s/a7od83otbugtvv9/SlideshowWilderness.ppt?dl=0

And you can of course, always use the 3 minute video that’s on the front page of this website:  youtube: kootenaywildernesscamping

If you would like copies of the Wilderness Camp brochure, we have lots.  Email the Secretary with your mailing address: wileykeith@gmail.com

 

 

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Wonderful wilderness camping on Kootenay Lake in southern British Columbia. Tenting, hiking, paddling, wilderness!