Invermere’s Copper Point Resort changes hands

Copper Point Resort and Sunrise International recently announced a purchase/management agreement.

A scenic view of the poolside at the Copper Point Resort in Invermere, BC.

Invermere's popular Copper Point Resort has been purchased by a holding company based out of Spruce Grove, Alberta. — Photo courtesy Copper Point Resort website

One of the Columbia Valley’s most popular resorts, Invermere's Copper Point Resort, has been purchased by a holding company based out of Spruce Grove, Alberta. Copper Point Resort and Sunrise International recently announced a purchase/management agreement which will see Sunrise manage and market the Copper Point Resort along with their portfolio of other hospitality properties.

According to Linkedin, Sunrise’s assets include:

  • Best Western™ Jasper Inn,
  • Best Western™ Sunrise Inn,
  • Ramada™ Stony Plain,
  • Ramada™ Canmore,
  • Canmore Rocky Mountain Inn,
  • Terracana Ranch Resort, McKenzie,
  • Grande Cache Inn
  • and most recently — Copper Point Resort

Sunrise International, Inc. is a holding company operating through its subsidiaries that provide recreational services at Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park, Alberta, and hotel accommodations in Jasper, Canmore, and Stony Plain, Alberta.

The company also focuses on retail operations, which comprise the marketing of a range of goods in various locations in Alberta. In addition, it is involved in renting commercial and residential properties in Alberta and land development activities. The company was founded in 1986 and is based in Spruce Grove, Canada.

Copper Point Resort, located just off busy Highway 95/93, caters to golfers, skiers, business meetings, conferences and the independent traveler.

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