Rosebery Provincial Park

New Denver

Park Size: 32 hectares
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Rosebery Provincial Park is a 32 hectare campground park situated on the shores of Wilson Creek, located north of New Denver, BC and south of  Nakusp BC. 
The Kootenay, British Columbia, Canada park was first established in 1959. Always a campground park and now becoming more of a conservation park as well protecting the riperian shores of Wilson Creek. 

 The park provides a quiet retreat in a forested setting on the banks of Wilson Creek. Although camping is the promie attraction the Rosebery Park is also a staging rea for some who arrive in the area seeking hiking and further exploration of the larger parks nearby - Valhalla, Kokanee Glacier and Goat Range Provincial Parks. 

For those seeking history or relaxation, there are a few ghosts towns in the region to satisfy history buffs and, ask the right people and one can locate one of the natural, undeveloped hot springs in the area. 


Rosebery Provincial Park
Highway 6
New Denver

How To Get ToRosebery Provincial Park

Located in the Kootenays on Highway 6 only 5 km north of New Denver and 40 km south of Nakusp.
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