Cranbrook / St. Eugene Koa

49.585742,-115.757292, Canada

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Enjoy grand views of the surrounding Kootenay Rockies at this new KOA, located on the grounds of St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino, alongside the St. Mary River. Spacious RV Sites are just a stroll away from three restaurants, a fitness room, an outdoor pool and more. Test your skills on the 18-hole championship golf course, or try your luck at the Casino of the Rockies. Food and beverage delivery service is available to all sites. Don't miss the recreational opportunities in this region with so much natural beauty. Your KOA hosts can help you plan a hike or a horseback ride, or arrange adventures like a whitewater rafting excursion or a helicopter sightseeing tour. Pool: April 1 - October 31. Max pull thru: 75 feet. Your hosts: Martin & Erica Cree.

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