Recommended accommodations near the Slocan Valley Rail Trail.
Two straw bale cottages set among flower- fruit and veggie gardens with functional and whimsical art featuring a solar- off the grid- bath house for guests. Seasonal, open from last frost to first frost, more or less. (May to September)
Rabia-Art: At the Artful Lodger – 5 acres on the river – you will find Rabia-Art, an eclectic variety of sculptural pieces, mosaics, glass and mirror, ceramics, bronze, banners and large as life steel sculptures. A virtual sculpture park. We are located on the Lower Appledale Road in Winlaw. Best to call ahead for a visit 250-226-7972 or email@example.com.
Address: 6447 Paradise Valley Rd, Winlaw, BC
Phone Number: 250-226-7304
This comfortable and beautiful guest house is located 4 km from the trail up a mountain road into the aptly named Paradise Valley. There are 2 bedrooms and a sleeping porch, a fully equipped kitchen, laundry and internet. On the spacious covered deck is a claw foot bathtub where you may enjoy a bubble bath in the trees. It’s called Paradise for a reason.
Contact Linda Rae Grabler for more information.
The Frog Peak Café can be found in the oldest remaining heritage building in the Slocan Valley. Built originally by George Borgeios in 1896 the Frog Peak Café was restored by its owners Matthew Theoret and Laurel Glasson in 2003. The café offers a great selection of paninis, soups and salads as well as savoury treats and specialty coffees and has a great outdoor patio for seasonal use as well as a play area for young children. We’re located in the south end of the Slocan Valley at km 2 of the historic Slocan Valley Rail Trail. Whether you’re skiing, cycling or walking, we’re here to help make your adventure more enjoyable.
Frog Peak Guesthouse suite available with full breakfast.
Address: 5730 Cedar Creek Rd, Winlaw, BC
Phone Number: 1-888-452-7428
Website: Karibu Park Cottages & Campground
Karibu Park Cottages & Campground is a nature lover’s choice for a getaway, with 8 comfortable, fully equipped housekeeping cottages and 30 treed campsites, with hookups available, to suit all budgets. Centrally located in the Slocan Valley, and within easy walking distance to the village of Winlaw, Karibu Park has its own access to the Slocan Valley Rail Trail on the pristine Slocan River. Recreation areas, gardens, a large gazebo, and spa facilities provide travellers with many opportunities for relaxing, gathering and enjoying the surroundings. We’re a comfortable base from which to explore the abundance of natural beauty that the area has to offer.
Lemon Creek Pioneer Campground offers beautiful scenery with 26 sites available. There are 9 RV sites with 15/30 amp service and 17 grass and treed tenting/trailer sites with fire pits. Washroom with showers with a gathering place at the gazebo
2 Deluxe Vacation Rentals. 1 Beautiful Property.
We specialize in hosting touring groups and families on our 3 acre property. We can accommodate 8 single persons or 4 couples in our Lodge, and up to 4 persons in our Loft.
“The Lodge” has 3 bedrooms, sleeping loft, veranda and 2 huge bathrooms. Sleeps 2 to 8.
It’s bright and spacious with an excellent kitchen, laundry and space to relax. It has a large private fenced yard with a big patio, BBQ, waterfall and fish pond.
“The Loft” has a gorgeous Japanese style bedroom, 3 beds, kitchenette, wood cookstove and bathroom. Sleeps 2 to 4.
It’s a sunny open plan space with high ceilings and forest views from the 2nd floor. It has a private entrance and small deck.
Check out our website! It has: slideshows of both rentals, rates, reviews, local information and up-to-date calendars.
We’re located on a quiet forested setting in Winlaw at the center of the Rail- Trail. You can bike to the trail, the store or 3 café’s in 5 minutes!
Everyone is welcome at Paradise Valley Lodge!
Address: 1020 Giffin Ave, Slocan, BC
Phone Number: 250-355-2266
Website: Springer Creek Campground
If you’re riding the Rail Trail, the Village of Slocan offers a great campground to use as your base for exploring. With hook up as well as tenting sites, free wi-fi, showers and more, it’s a great place to call home for a day or a week! Visit the Village of Slocan website for directions and more information about the north end of the Slocan Valley Rail Trail.