FOUR years ago the
first Bungalow Camp along the line of the Canadian Pacific was
constructed. So popular did this solution of the Where-to-Go and
What-to-Do vacation problem immediately become that other bungalow camps
of a similar type were created. In 1923 five new bungalow camps were
opened, bringing the total to eleven—three in Ontario, the remainder in
the Rocky Mountains. Next year further construction is contemplated for
both east and west.
Behind the Bungalow Camp idea is an impelling thought—that of taking men
and women close to the real heart of nature and of providing for them at
moderate cost physical and mental recreation, amid beautiful scenery,
not otherwise so easily accessible.
Bungalow Camps in Canada here in pdf