Competitor Tourist Park: 0051.0203

 

                                    “IDEAL” TOURIST PARK

                                                Cranbrook, B.C.

                        IS NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON

                BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER – HAVING BUILT

                MORE CABINS AND ADDED MORE ACCOMMODATION.

 

            We have 10 Furnished Cabins – with beds, cookstoves,

                        tables, wash stands, etc., in each.

            We have 6 Outside Shelters – with tables and cookstoves

                        for campers, and those wishing to cook outside.

            We have accommodation for 100 Cares – without crowding

                        or infringing on each other’s privacy.

 

                                    Tourists have told us we have

                                    the best camp on the Transcon-

                                    tinental Highway between

                                    Winnipeg and Vancouver.

 

                THIS CAMP WILL BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION BY THE PUBLIC ANY

                SUNDAY AFTERNOON AFTER APRIL 15TH.

 

                                                Wm. J. Wilson, Proprietor

 

0051.0203: Competitor Tourist Park

Reporting on the opening of the "ideal" Tourist Park for the season.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  April 11, 1929
Pages:  7
Publisher:  Cranbrook Courier
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0051)

Keywords:

ideal tourist park cabins accomodation public

Subjects:

People arrow Wilsonarrow
Transportation arrow Travel arrow Tourist Campsarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Parks, Monuments arrow Tourist Parkarrow

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