Set on the western shore of Kootenay Lake, we offer the ideal location to explore the water, mountains, and nearby towns. Don’t have your own boat? Check out our selection of rentals! A variety of accommodations, restaurants, and activities are just a short drive (or boat ride) away. Visit for more information about the region and to plan your perfect getaway.



  • The iconic Kaslo Hotel overlooks Kootenay Lake, and features deluxe rooms and suites. The popular pub and patio on the main floor serves up classic fare, local beer, and live music
  • Comfortable and recently renovated Kaslo Motel is conveniently located downtown with well-equipped cabins.
  • A variety of small lodges, inns, and vacation rentals are available in and around Kaslo, including True Blue Lodge, Bougainville Lodge, Wing Creek Resort, Beach Gables Guesthouse and more.


  • Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort features comfortable rooms, on site dining, and therapeutic hot and cold pools overlooking Kootenay Lake
  • Nearby motels, guesthouses, inns and vacation rentals to suit your budget and style are also available


  • Experience the Jones Boys camping experience at Woodbury Resort and Mirror Lake Campground, owned by Jones Boys brothers Rick and Terry
  • Woodbury Resort is conveniently located next door to Jones Boys Boats and offers seasonal camping and accommodations
  • Mirror Lake Campground is just north of Jones Boys Boats and offers a relaxing family camping experience on a small warm lake
  • Multiple provincial parks are spread throughout Kootenay Lake, including Kokanee Creek, Lost Ledge, and Pilot Bay. A boat is a great way to access some of the more remote recreation sites on the water


  • Rent a boat from Jones Boys and explore the lake by water, the perfect activity for your family
  • Boat camping on the quiet beaches of Kootenay Lake, Duncan Lake and Trout Lake
  • Soar through the sky at Kokanee Mountain Zipline on six towering ziplines through the trees
  • Discover an underground world at nearby Cody Cave Tours
  • Golf at one of the many spectacular 9 or 18 hole courses in the region
  • Hike at Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park or across the lake at Pilot Bay Provincial Park
  • Take a day trip to explore the shops, restaurants and historic downtown of beautiful Nelson, the “Queen City” of the Kootenays

For more information on travelling to this area including places to stay, things to do, and local events visit our area’s tourism website: