The unincorporated village of Slocan Park, in the North Kootenay Lake – Silvery Slocan Super Side Trip of the  International Selkirk Loop, is located on Highway 6, about 11 km north of Playmor Junction (Highway 3A) and 35 km south of Slocan City.

Slocan Park was first settled in 1913 because of its cleared land, a railway siding and nearby sawmills. The sawmills and railway are now gone. The rail bed, however, has become the Slocan Valley Heritage Trail (also called the Rail Trail), a popular biking and cross-country skiing trail which stretches 50 km from South Slocan to Slocan Lake.

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