Say Ahoy to History

The Kootenay Lake Historical Society is the custodian of the S.S.Moyie, the oldest intact passenger sternwheeler in the world. The Moyie plied Kootenay Lake for 59 years. The Society also operates the Kootenay Lake Archives, which is responsible for a collection of materials and original photographs pertaining to the history of the Kaslo area and Kootenay Lake sternwheeler ships.

Plan Your Visit

Check out the Ship’s Attractions, Caboose, Kuskanook Ladies’ Salon & Miner’s Cabin; Open dates & hours; Tour information; the Gift Shop & Visitor Centre

About the S.S. Moyie

Learn the rich history of the S.S. Moyie, designated a National Historic Site of Canada, and a British Columbia Historic Landmark

Our Society

The Kootenay Lake Historical Society KLHS is custodian of the S.S. Moyie; looks after thousands of artifacts; and  operates the Kootenay Lake Archives.

Events

Check out the Ship’s Attractions, Caboose, Kuskanook Ladies’ Salon & Miner’s Cabin; Open dates & hours; Tour information; the Gift Shop & Visitor Centre

Photo Galleries

Learn the rich history of the S.S. Moyie, designated a National Historic Site of Canada, and a British Columbia Historic Landmark

Archives

Learn the rich history of the S.S. Moyie, designated a National Historic Site of Canada, and a British Columbia Historic

Become a Member

Check out the Ship’s Attractions, Caboose, Kuskanook Ladies’ Salon & Miner’s Cabin; Open dates & hours; Tour information; the Gift Shop & Visitor Centre

Donate

Learn the rich history of the S.S. Moyie, designated a National Historic Site of Canada, and a British Columbia Historic Landmark

Volunteer

Learn the rich history of the S.S. Moyie, designated a National Historic Site of Canada, and a British Columbia Historic