Pinnacle Lifestyles Campground near Sicamous (British Columbia, Canada) is now accepting reservations.
As per a report, Pinnacle Lifestyles is the new owner of the former Sicamous KOA campground at 3250 Oxbow Frontage Rd. in Malakwa. The Calgary-based company purchased the property earlier this year and is reopening it as the Sicamous RV and Cabin Resort on May 1.
In its Facebook post, former Sicamous KOA owners Bob and Leola Walker announced the acquisition and welcomed the young, dynamic company dedicated to the camping experience.
Pinnacle Lifestyles said the former Sicamous KOA was its seventh property added over the last 16 months to its list of resorts across the country.
With RV and cabin resorts now in the Rockies, Kootenays, Shuswap, and Yellowhead County in Alberta’s majestic foothills (Jasper National Park region), along with more properties being launched this year, these premier resort locations are creating a loop through some of the most popular tourist destinations in the west,” Pinnacle Lifestyles said in a release.
“This loop of resort properties offers RVers and vacationers a fantastic way to experience these beloved destinations.”
Pinnacle Lifestyles referred to Sicamous as a perfect spot for outdoor enthusiasts, featuring boating, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, kayaking, and world-class snowmobiling.
“Enjoy water sports in the most sought-after waters of the Shuswap region,” said Pinnacle Lifestyles marketing manager Mark Burke.
“Discover local attractions such as the Enchanted Forest, D Dutchmen Dairy, and thriving local produce markets. There are also top wineries, and spectacular nature walks in the Sicamous area. After a day of outdoor adventure, head back for a float in the resort’s pool or relax in our signature cedar barrel sauna.”
Sicamous RV and Cabin Resort also have serviced RV sites, cabin rentals, tent campsites, and more.
Pinnacle Lifestyles also announced its acquisition of another resort in February, the Kingbaker Creek RV Resort on Mara Lake, which has been renamed the Mara Lake RV & Beach Club.
For more information, visit sicamousrvresort.ca.
This story originally appeared on Salmon Arm Observer.