Cars are parked outside four cabins in Crooks Meadows, located in Kootenay National Park, in this photo from 1939. Charlie Crook operated the mid-park vacation cabins after receiving the Crown Grant to the property in November 1915. He chose this area as it had two small meadows and a small creek. The meadows provided feed for the horses, which was a big factor in the days of trail travel. If you have any more information, e-mail us at info@cv-pioneer.com .	       Photo A1381 courtesy of the Windermere District Historical Society

Cars are parked outside four cabins in Crooks Meadows, located in Kootenay National Park, in this photo from 1939. Charlie Crook operated the mid-park vacation cabins after receiving the Crown Grant to the property in November 1915. He chose this area as it had two small meadows and a small creek. The meadows provided feed for the horses, which was a big factor in the days of trail travel. If you have any more information, e-mail us at info@cv-pioneer.com .Photo A1381 courtesy of the Windermere District Historical Society