Nonprofit Forced To Close Campground
The Waterton Natural History Association (WNHA) will no longer be operating the Crooked Creek Campground, located east of Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada, the Lethbridge Herald reported.
Operation of the campground was considered to be a “non-compliant” business by the Canada Revenue Agency. In order to maintain the organization’s charitable status, the WNHA was directed to cease operating the campground.
Crooked Creek Campground is located six kilometres east of Waterton Lakes National Park gates. It has 78 sites, 32 of which were rented by the season. It was generally open from early May to late October.
As part of the terms of the original purchase agreement, the WNHA must sell the campground back to the Province of Alberta, who will decide the future of the campground operations.
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