Welcome to Radium Hot Springs, BC
Bordering Kootenay National Park and famous for its
mineral hot springs, Radium Hot Springs, BC is also
known for its Bighorn Sheep population and the amazing
floral show displayed by its many motels and other businesses
Arriving in Radium Hot Springs from the east through
Kootenay National Park and after passing through Sinclair
Canyon, you will be greeted by a sign that reads: “The
Mountains Shall Bring Peace to the People”
Radium Hot Springs was incorporated in 1990 and has
a population of 705. One can experience fine dining
in the many varied restaurants or stay in one of the
more than 30 different types of accommodation that Radium
has to offer. Radium Hot Springs boasts two top rated
18 hole golf courses and there are several other golf
courses just minutes away. Don’t miss the spectacular
Classic Car Show & Shine, which takes place the
3rd week in September and just keeps getting bigger
& bigger every year.
There is an abundance of activities both summer and
winter to keep one occupied for many enjoyable hours.
Come & see for yourself and be a part of Radium
Hot Springs, one of the fastest growing communities
in British Columbia.