Great RV park. Lots of space, very quiet, and the huge Cedars all over the park are beautiful. Mosquitoes are bad, and there is standing water nearby, so if it is a mosquito year, this place will be swarming. Also, when booking, make sure you ask for a great site, or a specific number or they may stick you with an unpopular site. I would suggest site 50, or 52. If those are not available, then 28-31. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We love this area of British Columbia and we have stayed at many places around here. We would not camp here again as the mosquitos were swarming by the hundreds. The view was nothing to look at, and there was dog excrement everywhere you walked, on your way to the beach! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is just a basic forested campground near the east shore of Kootenay Lake approximately 40 km north of Creston and 19 km south of Crawford Bay on Highway 3A. Since it was a Provincial Park I expected more amenities (like a State Park) but it reminded me more of a National Forest Service campground like you would find in the States. The sites are large and fairly level with picnic tables and fire pits. There are vault toilets and no other "facilities". A water tap near the entrance had a sign stating that the water was not treated and could not be guaranteed safe to drink so we didn't use it. Although the campground sits on the opposite side of the road from the lake shore, there is a short trail that takes you down to a nice picnic area on the shore itself. While there's nothing fancy about this park, it was clean and peaceful and we'd probably use it again although the price seemed high for what you get. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.