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Pair-A-Dice RV Park & Campground

Pair-A-Dice RV Park & Campground

The Pair-A-Dice RV Park is located in Creston, British Columbia. It has 44 spaces that guests can stay at, all including 15, 30, or 50 amp power hookups with water and sewer. Ten of the sites are pull-through. Patrons can shower in the park’s bathroom facilities free of charge, and they can do their laundry in the same building with the coin-operated laundry machines. The park is close to many different trails that guests can hike and bike on if they would like to. Visitors can also visit Kootenay Lake to the north of the park to explore additional hiking trails and to swim in the lake itself. The area is known for Kootenay Lake and Arrow Mountain, as well as for its agriculture, namely the many orchards and wineries that are located in the region.


Located at the foot of Arrow Mountain in Creston, British Columbia, is the Pair-A-Dice RV Park. The park gets its name from the two large statues of blue dice that are situated at the property’s entrance. There are a large number of mature evergreen trees on the grounds that can provide shade in the summertime. At the other end of the park, there is a small stream near a common firepit with seating where people can gather. For guests with small children, there is a playground that they can use as well as horseshoe pits. The roads connecting each site in the park are all compacted dirt roads, and smaller trees line the side of the road at the front of each RV space.

There are 44 sites available for visitors to rent, all of which are evenly spaced from each other. All of the sites are equipped with water and sewer and 15, 30, or 50 amp service. Wireless internet connection is provided for all guests throughout the RV park during their stay, as well as free cable TV. Those staying at the park also have access to the laundry and shower facilities at any time. The laundry machines are coin-operated; however, the showers are free of charge for patrons to use. Each RV site also has a picnic table guests can use and a small grassy area separating them from other sites.

The Pair-A-Dice RV Park is a short distance away from the center of Creston proper. There are a variety of stores and restaurants that people can explore during their stay. Cindy, one of the owners of the park, recommends that guests try the Real Food Café and Frisky Whisky restaurants. She also speaks favorably of the food at the Skimmerhorn Winery, which is open seasonally. For those who wish to spend more time outdoors, there are a variety of trails one can hike on the nearby Arrow Mountain and elsewhere in the valley. Fifteen minutes north of the park is Kootenay Lake, which offers additional trails as well as beach access and watersport activities. 


Cindy, one of the owners of the Pair-A-Dice RV Park, says that they want their guests to feel comfortable and safe while they stay at the park and as they explore Creston. Both her and her husband, Chris, strive to make the atmosphere on the property one that is quiet and where visitors can relax. Chris and Cindy both live on the property, and Chris will often interact with guests as he crosses paths with them during the course of their stay. Should patrons need anything, they can call the main office, and Chris or Cindy will try to help take care of their questions or concerns.

Usually, the park is busiest in the summertime, with temperatures for the area reaching up to 40 degrees Celsius or about 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Most summer days should be cooler than that, however. The climate of the region lends itself to the many farms that are there. Many of those farms are orchards or wineries that guests can visit throughout the summer. Some wineries offer food in addition to holding wine tastings. Other people may find the weather favorable for outdoor activities such as hiking and biking. In Creston, visitors can go to the Creston Museum and Archives to learn about the area’s agricultural history and early inhabitants. Regardless of what guests choose to do, Cindy says that the RV park serves as a good base camp for visitors to set up at and travel from to experience different activities.

When patrons have talked about their experiences staying at the property, they most often mention the cleanliness of the restrooms. Others have noted the short distance to Creston from the park. One guest said, “The campsites are a good size, the hookups were great, and it was at a convenient location in Creston. The owners were extremely helpful in providing maps, other literature, and in making recommendations for nice drives and good places to eat.” Some visitors to the property have also said that the policies of the park help to keep the premises orderly. Some of the most important policies which are enforced include no music being played outside to help keep a quiet atmosphere for other guests. Pets are also allowed, but they must be kept on a leash when outside with their owners.


The Pair-A-Dice RV Park has been in operation for 25 years. Before the original owners bought the property, it was a fruit orchard. The first owners converted the orchard into an RV park, and they ran it for about ten years. The park’s second owners also owned the park for about ten years before selling it to Chris and Cindy, who have been the owners and operators of the property for about five years. They have owned three RV parks in the past and moved to Creston to be in a warmer climate than their last home in Fort Malcolm. Cindy says that running the RV parks has been fun mainly because she enjoys being outside in nature.

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1322 Northwest Blvd RR 6 Creston BC V0B 1G6 Canada
Creston, British Columbia V0B 1G6




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