Creston Wildlife Management Area is one of largest wetland eco system situated in British Columbia, Canada. Established in 1968, the Creston Wildlife Management Area covers over 6,880 hectares (17,000 acres) of a valley in West Creston.
Canyon Park includes 30 picnic sites (some shaded from the sun) with fire pits. There is a baseball diamond, a horse arena, a horse racing track, horseshoe pits, a playground, a bandstand shelter, a fitness circuit and some washrooms.
Pilot Bay Provincial Park is a marine and recreation park on Kootenay Lake, in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. The park is located south of the ferry landing in Kootenay Bay and, just, southwest of the resort village of Crawford Bay.
The Millennium Park attracts the young and old to the area. The walkways in the park provides a good route to explore the park. Follow the path, which is lined with wooden benches, to a beautiful Japanese Garden and to an outdoor bandstand theatre.
The Balancing Rock Trail is a short 2 kilometre hike follows a dirt, earthy single-track path up the slopes of Mt. Creston via switchbacks, eventually, leading to a viewpoint, Ralph's Bridge, balancing rock and a small waterfall.