Hookups in calgary
BUT we spend from 10am til 6-7ish on the water/beach, so having a cool trailer to come back to was a high priority with little ones (1 & 3 at the time).And we had 4 Rv's in a row, it was only the end guy that had no privacy.Got tired of the crowds and kept driving right past Kikoman last year (South on 93). If you're hoping for quiet boating or fishing, you'll be disappointed on weekends. Last year the Kooc hosted the North American wakeboard championships, so it will be even busier this year.Was kind of nice to have great customer service, cheaper food, cheaper camping and cheaper spirits. Friendly folks, no crowds, and somewhat drier, but similar territory to north of the 49th. I'd have to disagree with this.lake is huge over 80 miles of shoreline with lots of coves to hide.The lower loop is first come first serve, and it is right on the water with no hookups.The thing about this CG is there is no beach on koocanusa, you need a boat to access the beaches.We used to float it quite often and it was pretty good.Most private campgrounds are filled with permanent lessees and have little to offer in the way of overnight or weekend camping. Leeper Another thing you can consider is heading out to Golden, go south to Parson and up to the southbound Westside rd, you need the backroads mapbook for it, but, you will find a bunch of nice lakes back there, with some of the old style BC forestry campground spots at them.
I have not fished the Elk River since it became so popular with the guided fly-fishing crowd.
Our preference is to launch at Rexford and stay on the US side. the lake is deserted and boat launching facilities are better. Often, the lake is filled with debris for the first month after the water comes up.
I expect this coming year will be a pretty good year since the water was very high and run-off was heavy last year.
I would really appreciate any help since our summer plans have just fell thru. There's also the mid loop that is full hookups, but it is side by side camping.
Please PM me if you have any good ideas for random camping. (I have camped around koocanusa for a while now, but it's all in campgrounds (no backcountry). Literally, I couldn't open my awning, in fact, I could barely get my slides open on both sides.