Summertime news – 2021

We are pleased that the BC travel restrictions have now been lifted! We are welcoming visitors from all provinces and territories to our beautiful area.

Both the Camping Cabin and the Studio Suite are now fully booked for the summer months. We look forward to meeting guests new to Serenity Views, as well as guests who have returned year after year.

With the recent warm weather, and a clean lake just steps away, it is shaping up to be a great summer for our visitors!

A new season begins!

Camping Cabin Serenity Views

With spring comes warmer temperatures, which means the Camping Cabin will soon be ready for use!  We are now in the process of preparing it for the summer season, by connecting the water lines and making it cozy inside.  The cabin will be ready for use by April 1st.    If you would like to book certain dates, or if you have any questions about the cabin, don’t hesitate to contact us.  We are looking forward to seeing new and past guests for both the Studio Suite (which is open year-round) and the Camping Cabin!

Flooding in Alberta

We have been watching with concern the recent major flooding in Alberta.  Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have been affected by this disaster, and hope that life will return to a normal state soon.    

Because of the flooding in Alberta, we have had several inquiries from our guests concerning the conditions in our area.  The Nakusp area has had lots of rain in the last few weeks, but there have been no flooding concerns. 

Serenity Views was built on the hillside overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.  The level of the Arrow Lake is controlled by a dam at each end – the Revelstoke Dam on the north and the Keenleyside Dam near Castlegar on the south end of the Arrow Lake.  The level of the lake does fluctuate, but residents are aware of the changes and are prepared for these changes.  Any buildings must be built 100 feet above the high water line, so our lodgings are never in danger of flooding.

Deer on roadway When travelling to the Nakusp area, you should be aware of the road conditions along whatever route you choose to take.  The Drive BC website is great and covers the whole province.  It includes ferry information as well, which is essential to check when travelling to Nakusp.

As well as road and weather conditions, we urge our guests to be aware of wildlife.  Deer are quite often seen along the highways leading to Nakusp, so please be watchful and cautious.

We wish all our guests a safe journey to Serenity Views!

Serenity Views – Lodging to Inspire

2350 – 15th Ave. N.W.
P.O. Box 963
Nakusp, British Columbia
Canada V0G 1R0
Phone: 778-206-0084

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