Crescent Valley Beach Regional Park
Crescent Valley Beach Regional Park (Crescent Valley Beach) is a frequently visited and picturesque park on the shoreline of the Slocan River in the Kootenay’s Crescent Valley community. The park has a total area of 2.53 hectares and is designated as a Waterfront Access park. River activities, the beach and upland trails attract locals and tourists alike. In summer months, visitors can expect Crescent Valley Beach to be lively and active with people kayaking, rafting, canoeing, swimming, picnicing or simply enjoying the park’s natural environment. The park also provides important habitat for wildlife. The upland park area includes mature Ponderosa pine and black cottonwood, a valued habitat for species at risk. The property also serves to showcase the historic use as a former sawmill.
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