Akiskinook is a charming private lakefront community located on the “warm side of the Rockies” on the shores of south of Invermere, British Columbia. The 156 units perched high on the banks overlook the lake and the ancient Purcell Mountains. Lake shore facilities include a 125 slip marina, storage for paddling vessels and a private beach. Owners and their guests can meet and play in the Recreation centre which includes a swimming pool, hot tub, multi-purpose court, recreation area (with wifi) and meeting room.

Built in the 70s Akiskinook, its owners and the many families that return year after year are woven into the fabric of the Columbia Valley and have helped to define the valley’s lake/mountain “cottage culture.”

The word “A’kis’ kin ouk” is a first nation word which means “land of two lakes” and represents Lake Windermere and Columbia Lake; the headwaters of the Columbia River. First Nations thrived in the valley for many generations because of the temperate climate and the ability to live, hunt and fish year round in relative comfort. Many modern day adventures enjoy the valley for almost the same reasons.

Akiskinook is a private community.

Important notice: The maximum length of any boat kept in the Akiskinook Marina is 23 feet (7 meters) from the tip of the bow to the maximum protrusion from the stern, that being the back end of the motor, or the swim platform, whichever is longest.