Fisher Peak Camping and Trailer Rentals gets a new home

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Christie and Menno Dueck standing in front of their Fisher Peak Camping & Trailer Rentals sign.

Christie and Menno Dueck, owners of Fisher Peak Camping and Trailer Rentals — Kimberly Shellborn photo

Fisher Peak Camping and Trailer Rentals has changed location.

Christie and Menno Dueck started the company in 2012 as an online RV rental service. The business grew and four years later the Duecks realized they needed water, drainage and electrical services on site with their RV rental fleet. To fulfill this need, they moved to their present location at 426 Van Horne Street South (Highway 3) in Cranbrook.

Fisher Peak has the equipment for whatever camping experience you may want, from tents to tent trailers that can be hauled behind most vehicles, to luxury RVs that the staff haul and set up as part of their service. Camping-related accessories such as lawn chairs, table-top barbecues, sun shelters and propane fire rings are also available. 

Renting an RV can help you to decide if the RV lifestyle is for you and your family. Renting can also be an excellent option for a family reunion or another type of gathering where you might need more sleeping space. Of course, you can rent simply to enjoy the experience of taking a holiday in the stunning Kootenays. 

If you need more information or would like to rent a trailer or camping equipment, go to www.fisherpeakcamping.com.

Kimberly Shellborn

Kim is the editorial coordinator at Koocanusa Publications. She recently returned to the Kootenays after 15 years in Spain, where she taught English and got to know the food and wine regions of the country. When she’s not writing or taking photographs, she can be found showing her husband and two children all the backcountry trails that she longed for while in Europe. View all of Kimberly Shellborn’s articles

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