Enjoy a scenic trip across the beautiful Columbia River on the Arrow Lakes ferry! Outdoor recreation is the draw for visitors to the area. Opportunities are available for fishing swimming, hiking, boating, camping, ice fishing, hunting, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, snowmobiling and golfing.

There is the Bonnington Arts Centre which brings many cultural events to the town. A museum and a 12 acre park are located in downtown Naksup with curling squash, tennis a campground all minutes from a public beach. Stay in Nakusp accommodations and explore the region.

Nakusp BC was first settled by First Nations peoples nearly 5000 years ago. The Shuswap, the Solville and the Kutenai all lived in the area.

The first European to visit the area was Finan Macdonald who came in 1811. European settlement began in the 1890s. With no roads between the Kootenay mines and Vancouver at the time, water transport was used to from Nakusp to Revelstoke. Nakusp was a busy shipping route. Today forestry has become the major industry in the area.

Investigate Naksup accommodations and check out the area's lodges, motels and resorts.

Our Nakusp Lodge is open year round. Special rates for seniors, corporate and large groups. Full service sports bar. Air-conditioned restaurant. Helpful friendly staff. Conference facilities. Outside patio and liquor store. Kitchen units. Fireside Lounge. Central location downtown Nakusp, close to beach.

Distances to…
Downtown Nakusp: 0.1km

Our Nakusp accommodations are scattered throughout the serene forest surroundings. Private, exquisite cabins to family-style cottages to grandiose loft chalets – an exclusive luxury stay at our resort. All our accommodations are within walking distance to the hot springs and front lobby. When it is time to rest, relax and rejuvenate you will find a comfortable and cozy place to stay here.

Bear Ridge Cabins
1200 Hot Springs Road
Canyon Court Motel
937 Highway 23
Selkirk Inn
210 6th Avenue West
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