Blue Point is located on Hwy 3A,  on the East shore of Kootenay Lake, 30 minutes from downtown Creston (approx. 40 km).  Heading north from Creston, it is about 1 km north of the Glass House, with an address of 11441 on a visible address post in the pullout above the camp.


Contact Kim Asquith to inquire about booking.


  • $25/day for Kootenay Area Guiding groups
  • $40/day for other groups

About Camp Blue Point

Blue Point is situated on .87 hectares of treed property bordering the lake shore.

Outdoor facilities

  • There are six tent platforms and six fire pits for outdoor cooking.
  • A large fire pit is near the beach accommodates campfire time.
  • There is plenty of area for wide games and for exploring nature.
  • There is a sandy beach and a swimming area.
  • There are 3 pumpable toliets, and an outdoor portable shower stall.

Indoor facilities

  • There is hot and cold potable water piped into the lodge.
  • The large lodge has a well-supplied kitchen with two electric stoves, a commercial griddle, two electric fridges, a small deep freeze and a microwave.
  • There is a plentiful supply of dishes, pots, pans, cutlery, and kitchen utensils.
  • There is seating for 48 at mealtimes. A small airtight wood heater provides warmth when needed.
  • There is a bunk room with six bunks, underneath the main lodge facility.
  • Renters must supply their own tea towels, first aid kit, axes, shovels, tent and tarps.

Good to know…

There is a general store at Destiny Bay, approx. 5 kms north on Hwy 3A.

A thirty minute drive north takes you to Kootenay Bay and a leisurely ferry ride and short drive to Nelson, Cody Caves or Ainsworth Hot Springs.  The Creston Valley Wildlife Centre, an international RAMSAR site, is about 45 minutes south.