We would recommend that participants to stay on-site at St. Eugene Mission Resort. The resort is nestled beside the St. Mary’s River just 5 minutes from the Canadian Rockies International Airport.
We’ve selected this location for its retreat-style setting, beautiful natural environment, ownership by the Ktunaxa Nation and commitment to environmental sustainability. More info on the resort, and how to get here. The goal of the resort is to “create a destination of choice in harmony with Mother Earth and our Indigenous culture while providing for our families and enriching our community”.
Host Hotel Rooms
Hotel rooms at St. Eugene Resort are now sold out. However, please click here if you have a room you’d like to share, if you’d like to share a room.
Campground & RV Park
A new campground and RV Park at the resort offers stunning views of the Rocky Mountains and sites with free Wifi, fire pits, washrooms, laundry facilities and outdoor games. $28.75/tent/night. RV sites range from $30-$45/night. There is also a new cabin for up to 4 people that can be booked! Reserve: 800-562-5403. Info: 250-420-2055. More information and online reservations.
As part of the Ktunaxa Speaking Earth Haqaⱡpaⱡninam (Hackalth-palth-knee-nam) educational program, there are now tipis available for visitors to stay in and more closely connect with the local culture. $95/person/night. May be shared with up to 10 others. Cots and bedding provided. Propane heaters provided, but you may want to bring a thermal sleeping bag. Washrooms and showers available at RV site. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and reservations. Last day to register is October 12.
Elizabeth Lake Lodge
We also have a group booking at Elizabeth Lake Lodge in Cranbrook 15 minute away from the conference venue. Rooms range in price from $97-$117. When booking, mention the EECOM Conference to access preferred rates. If booking online, select their AAA rate. Find out more and book.
Sign up if you have a room you’d like to share, if you’d like to share a room, if you live in the local area and have a room you can share, or if you are coming from further afield and would like to stay with a local participant.