We have socially distanced, safe recommendations for how to enjoy Cranbrook and area this summer.
Check out the CBK Backyard Bucket List and start planning your trip now.
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Supporting the tourism industry close to home is critically important as we all strive to be safe, be nice and get through this together.
The open /closed status of Cranbrook Accommodations are as follows:
Days Inn OPEN
Elizabeth Lake Lodge OPEN
The Best Western OPEN
Lazy Bear Lodge OPEN
Sandman Hotel OPEN
Kootenay Country Inn OPEN
The Heritage Inn OPEN
Mt. Baker RV Park OPEN
The Canadian Rockies International Airport is open. The Airport is currently open from:
Monday to Friday: 9:00am-5:30pm
All area golf courses are open with COVID protocols in place for operating. Golf Courses
Parks Canada has begun gradual reopenings beginning June 1. Check the status of specific parks and locations.
BC Parks are open. Reservations are being accepted for overnight camping by BC residents.
Fort Steele will close to the public on September 6. Limited private experiences are available for small groups with pre-booking. LEARN MORE
The Cranbrook Visitor Information Centre at 2279 Cranbrook Street North is currently servicing visitors with walk-up window service, by phone (250-426-5914) and email. The public may not enter the building. The seasonal visitor centre at 620 Van Horne Street S. is also open.
• Daily updates are available from Destination British Columbia including travel advisories and supports for tourism businesses
• For real-time information on the COVID-19 Pandemic please find official information from the Government of Canada
→ For information for British Columbia Supports for Businesses and Workers from the Government of B.C.
→ For municipal government information visit the City of Cranbrook website
→ For regional government information visit the Regional District of East Kootenay