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It’s time to experience #TheRealStoke

Premier Horgan has announced the commencement of Phase 3 of BC’s Restart Plan, allowing for non-essential travel. He encouraged British Columbians to start traveling throughout the province and for those in neighbouring provinces to come visit.

We encourage you to follow Dr Bonnie Henry’s recommendations; maintain safe social interactions, plan ahead and be prepared. We are asking visitors and locals to follow The REVY Rules when in Revelstoke and continue to be mindful of what you do. Revelstoke businesses are prioritizing your health and safety by following provincial guidelines and industry best practices.

Use this page to plan your trip to Revy and book activities and accommodation ahead of arrival. We’ll continue to update this page with reopening dates so you can plan your visit this summer. To receive email updates on reopening please sign up here.

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you’re looking for advice and ideas, we’re here to help you plan your trip.


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Phone: 250.837.5345  Toll Free: 1.800.487.1493  



Businesses, campgrounds, parks and other amenities are being added daily. Please click the link to find specific information on the measures each business is taking to keep you safe.

Local Recreational Sites and TrailsOpen
City Playing Fields and all Parks Green SpaceOpen
Glacier and Mount Revelstoke National ParksOpen with limited access and services. See link for more detail.
Revelstoke Cycling AssociationMost trails open, visit Trail Forks for specifics.
Shelter Bay Boat LaunchOpen
RMR Mountain Bike and Hiking TrailsOpen

Three Valley Gap Heritage Ghost TownOpen
Revelstoke Golf ClubOpen
Wandering WheelsOpen
Revelstoke Museum and ArchivesOpen
Great Canadian (Sides by sides + SUP)Open
Glacier Heli SightseeingOpen
Johnnys Wild Outdoors (Kayak Rental)Open
Revelstoke Guides Bureau Open
Heli Canada AdventuresOpen
BC Interior Forestry MuseumOpen
Halcyon HotspringsOpen
Big Eddy GlassworksOpen
Natural Escapes KayakingOpen
Arrowhead Fishing AdventuresOpen
Great Canadian (Dirt Biking + Canoes)Mid-late June
Peak Axe Throwing at Revelstoke Mountain ResortOpen
Revelstoke Mountain Resort Open
Sky Trek Adventure ParkOpen
Enchanted ForestOpen
Revelstoke Railway MusuemOpen
Wild Blue YonderJuly 8
AAA Guided Fishing AdventuresJuly 14
Sol Mountain LodgeHiking – July 24 Biking – August 1

Revelstoke CampgroundOpen
Boulder Mountain ResortOpen
Martha Creek Provincial Park Open
Blanket Creek Provincial ParkOpen
Glacier House Resort CampingOpen
Williamson Lake CampgroundOpen
Lamplighter CampgroundOpen
Begbie Falls Recreation SiteOpen
Wadey Recreation SiteOpen
Carnes Recreation SiteOpen
Snowforest CampgroundJuly 15

Best WesternOpen
Days Inn Revelstoke Open
Super 8 RevelstokeOpen
Sutton Place Hotel Open
Sandman HotelOpen
Ramada RevelstokeOpen
Boulder Mountain ResortOpen
Glacier House ResortOpen
Hillcrest HotelOpen
Revelstoke LodgeOpen
The Courthouse InnOpen
The Cube HotelOpen
The Stoke HotelOpen
Halcyon HotspringsOpen
Three Valley GapOpen
Alpenrose Bed and Breakfast Open
The Explorer’s Society HotelOpen
Alpine InnOpen
The Regent HotelOpen
Holten Heritage HouseOpen
Swiss Chalet MotelOpen

The River City PubOpen
Nicos PizzeriaOpen
Taco ClubOpen
Woolsey Creek BistroOpen
DOSE CoffeeOpen
Padriona’s PizzariaOpen
Old School EateryOpen
Mac OutpostOpen
La Baguette RMR location (for breakfast) Open



Revelstoke is home to some of the best alpine bike trails in North America.

With new lift serviced bike trails opening at Revelstoke Mountain Resort, along with our alpine epics Frisby Ridge and Keystone Standard Basin, this is the year to ride, rest and recharge in Revy.



With two national parks on our doorstep, Revelstoke is the perfect base to explore the Selkirk and Columbia Mountain Ranges. Glacier and Mount Revelstoke National Parks partially opened on June 1; however, alpine hiking won’t be available until July due to a powder filled winter.

We are also a close jumping off point to the Rocky Mountain National Parks including Yoho, Kootenay, and Banff.



Lake Revelstoke is our hidden gem! Located just north of town (10 minutes drive), this stunning lake is 130 kms long. Expect space, quiet and no crowds.

Locals tip: the best way to see the lake is via SUP, kayak or canoe. Head out for a tour to discover secret waterfalls, or rent from one of our local providers for a solo adventure.



Revelstoke’s charming and historic downtown is perfect for an afternoon stroll or evening apres. Home to over 30 small local businesses, you can shop homewares, books, outdoor gear and more.

Our range of dining options always surprises first timers….Japanese, German, Mexican, Indian, Chinese, classic Canadian, we’ve got it all. Did we mention Australian coffee?



Shaped by 120 years of history, this old rail town has some good stories to tell. Always wondered why we’re called Revelstoke? Or where The Last Spike was driven home?

Take a day to visit the Revelstoke Museum and Archives, Revelstoke Railway Museum and BC Interior Forestry Museum and learn a little more about Revy.