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Invermere vacation rentals

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Loft in Invermere
Life's a Beach, Walking distance to the Lake
"Life's A Beach" is a cozy, sunny, secure and quiet studio apartment decorated with a beach theme throughout! It is located at the top of a dead end street with a private entrance and parking. Very dog friendly with pet sitting services and dog walking available while you explore our beautiful mountain town! Most adventures are within 15 minutes or less ie. skiing, hiking, golfing, biking, zip lines, horseback riding , beaches, art galleries, amazing dinning experiences! You will love it!
$82 per night
Condo in Invermere
212 Beautiful Condo - Fabulous Location
Welcome to our condo. It is walking distance to restaurants, pubs, coffee shops, shopping, and the beach in James Chabot Park. It is a short drive to the hot springs, skiing, trails, and numerous golf courses. It also includes full access to the outdoor pool and hot tubs. With a BBQ on the patio and mountain views, you can’t go wrong. Our place is suitable for all types of travellers. When making a request, please state reason for visit to Invermere and number and age of guests.
$104 per night
Condo in Invermere
Ground Floor King Suite | Lake Windermere Pointe
Enjoy your vacation in this spaciousone bedroom bright condo at Lake Windermere Pointe, within the Cleland building. Relax in comfort with stunning views of the Purcell mountains, Lake Windermere, and the Rockies. Since you are only steps away from James Chabot Provincial Park and the beach, you can enjoy year round access to the lake. The condo includes access to the residents pool, hot tubs and gym. IMPORTANT NOTE: POOL IS CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE. HOT TUB REMAINS OPEN
$82 per night

Stay near Invermere's top sights

Photo of Kinsmen Beach
Kinsmen Beach55 locals recommend
Photo of The Station Neighborhood Pub
The Station Neighborhood Pub42 locals recommend
Photo of James Chabot Provincial Park
James Chabot Provincial Park38 locals recommend
Photo of Huckleberry's Family Restaurant
Huckleberry's Family Restaurant23 locals recommend
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the invermere bakery32 locals recommend
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Sobeys - Invermere30 locals recommend

Invermere condo rentals

Condo in Invermere
411 Beautiful Two Bed/Bath Condo - Great Location
$99 per night
Condo in Invermere
Luxury | Comfort | Pool | Hot Tub | Gym
$115 per night
Condo in Invermere
Fabulous location on Lake Windermere
$103 per night
Condo in Invermere
111 Lovely Condo - Great Location
$130 per night
Condo in Invermere
⭐Modern Boho ⭐| Ground-floor | Pool/Hot Tub
$83 per night
Condo in Invermere
Condo by the lake!
$74 per night
Condo in Invermere
Lovely 1 Bedrm/Den Unit + Pool/Hot Tub beside Lake
$86 per night
Condo in Athalmer
Invermere on the Lake!
$110 per night
Condo in Invermere
Newly Renovated, Spacious Condo
$147 per night
Condo in Invermere
Corner Curio | Lakeview| Pool | Hot Tub | Gym
$132 per night
Condo in Athalmer
2 BDRM + DEN Contemporary Condo @ Lake Windermere
$106 per night
Condo in Invermere
lovely two bedroom condo with pool
$164 per night

Your guide to Invermere

All About Invermere

The southeastern British Columbia town of Invermere is perched on Lake Windermere and sandwiched between the Rocky and Purcell Mountain ranges, and the lake’s crystal-clear, stunningly blue waters reflect the evergreen pines and rugged mountains that stretch up above them. Located in the Columbia Valley just two hours from Banff, Invermere is a hub for travelers and adventurers.

The lake is a popular spot for water sports during the summer, and there’s even a beach right in the center of town.

You can float down the tranquil Columbia River on an inner tube, catching glimpses of soaring mountains along the way. In winter, Lake Windermere turns into one of the world’s longest skating paths, and all of the surrounding mountains make this a haven for skiers and snowboarders. Several hot springs in the area make for the perfect place to rest your muscles after a long day of hiking or to warm up after a day on the slopes. In town, you’ll find all the amenities you need for your stay, as well as some cultural flair in the form of artisan shops, mom-and-pop restaurants, trendy boutiques, and an array of art galleries.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Invermere?

Although the weather can get extreme in Invermere, it’s a great place to visit all year round, thanks to the plethora of outdoor activities on offer. Because the town’s elevation is 2,800 feet above sea level, the summer heat is far from oppressive in the summer. This is the best time to hit the trails in the nearby national parks or go for a swim in Lake Windermere. Each year on Canada Day in July, the town hosts a music and arts festival on the shore of the lake.

The fall is also a wonderful time to visit, when the trees explode into shades of red and yellow. In November, Invermere holds a film festival that focuses on wild and beautiful landscapes with the goal of inspiring attendees to become passionate about protecting the environment. During the winter, the town quiets down. Some local businesses close for the season, but this is the time to visit if you’re interested in downhill or cross-country skiing.

What are the top things to do in Invermere?

Pynelogs Cultural Center

The Pynelogs Cultural Center is the main cultural hub for the region. Home to many galleries and studios, the center showcases the work of more than 150 local artists and offers live music, film screenings, and workshops. If art-viewing makes you hungry, you can grab a bite to eat at the cafe and enjoy the views of Lake Windermere from the outdoor deck.

HooDoo Trail

You can reach the start of this scenic, two-mile trail via a half-hour drive south of town along either side of Windermere Lake. It takes around two hours to climb the sandstone cliffs and reach a lookout with far-reaching views over the beginnings of the mighty Columbia River. You’ll need spiked hiking boots in the colder months, but the dirt and gravel paths are dry in late spring and summer.

James Chabot Provincial Park

Lying right in the center of town, this lovely park offers the perfect spot to take a dip in the clear water of Lake Windermere. It is also a great starting point for paddleboarding or kayaking in the lake, where you’ll be surrounded by pine-covered hills and soaring mountains.

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