The Treehouse Restaurant is a fully licensed family restaurant located in the heart of downtown Kaslo featuring authentic eggs benedict, wraps, pitas, pastas, stirfries, burgers and more. Open daily at 6:30 AM.
Kaslo, “Paradise on the Lake,” has been voted one of Canada’s prettiest towns. This charming, noticeably art oriented community has a fun shopping district, great restaurants, museum and is also host to the Kaslo Jazz Etc Festival every August. Fishing charters are available out of Kaslo, and will take you out to try your luck catching the record holding Gerrard Rainbow Trout, Kokanee (land-locked Sockeye Salmon) and Dolly Varden (Bull Trout) found in Kootenay Lake.
The community is the final port for North America’s oldest restored stern-wheeler, the majestic SS Moyie. Built in 1898, the SS Moyie served communities of Kootenay Lake for almost 60 years. Open daily throughout the summer.
“It’s a great part of the world, better than Europe.” -R. Miller, Hayden, Idaho
Prior to being incorporated as a city in 1893 Kaslo was a vibrant steamboat port on the Kootenay Lake chain, serving the first mining companies and early pioneers who depended on water transportation for commerce and communication.
Kaslo is a vibrant cultural community with great accommodations, fine eateries and a complete array of services. Kaslo has a lovely city park and covered picnic area. Take the time to explore the Langham Cultural Centre, a heritage building rescued from the wrecking ball in 1974 and restored to become a venue for fine arts and performance. Nearby Kokanee Glacier Provincal Park provides outdoor recreation opportunities. There are also fat tire cycling trails to be found between Kaslo andNew Denver.
Visit the Kaslo Chamber of Commerce for more information on this area.
The Columbia Basin Culture Tour is self-directed and free of charge. The culture tour is a great opportunity to meet people behind the scenes at galleries and museums, visit studios not normally open, shop for original art or fine crafts and experience special events planned only for this weekend. Before you hit the road, check …
Kaslo is nestled on the western shore of magnificent Kootenay Lake and sheltered between the spectacular Selkirk and Purcell mountain ranges. Kaslo’s range of business and services, wide variety of clubs, organizations and cultural societies are sure to provide just what you are looking for. Be sure to visit Kaslo during May Days celebration on …
Challenge yourself. The West Kootenay ride places you in one of the top biking spots in Canada. If you want a real challenge, take on this ride with epic views and fabulous food! This extraordinary two-day 222 km MS Bike tour loops around the Kokanee Glacier in the Selkirk Mountains, from New Denver to Slocan, …
Wing Creek Resort: Five deluxe timber frame cottages/cabins with woodburning fireplaces plus a luxurious two-story timber frame vacation home — all on 20 forested acres with orchard, trails, private beach, Retreat Centre and The Falling Water Spa. Adults Only. Spectacular views of beautiful Kootenay Lake and the spectacular Purcell Mountains. Perfect for romantic getaways. Experience …
Davis Creek is a smaller campground with 32 sites situated on the north-western shore of Kootenay Lake, 5 kms apart, 25 Km (16 miles) north of Kaslo off Hwy. 31. Known for outstanding views of the Purcell mountain range with lakeview, sheltered campsites that provide a million dollar view. This park has recently undergone a …
Kaslo Jazz Etc. Summer Music Festival: Every August long weekend in Kaslo, BC stunning vistas, great acoustics and superb musicians combine to create the Kaslo Jazz Etc Summer Music Festival. The unique floating stage rests just offshore a little, sandy beach on Kootenay Lake. Named one of the “10 great places to get in tune, …