The Pub & Grill
We are located on the property of Kokanee Springs RV Resort; just 45 minutes west of Edmonton, Alberta. This year we are under new management for the second season with an exciting opportunity to better serve the community and local guests.
Enjoy all the facilities on the Resort, and then let us take care of you!
Come and enjoy home cooked meals, fresh baking, and hot or cold beverages.
Cool off in our air conditioned restaurant for a meal, a game of pool, wireless internet or satellite TV. You can also enjoy the beautiful outdoors- it is summer after all! We have an open air patio for all to enjoy while sipping cool drinks with family and friends.
We welcome everyone driving by, even if you're not staying on site!
Shelley and Daniel Yuzwa graduated out of the culinary arts program and the hotel administration program offered at, then, the Kelsey Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences in Saskatoon in 1980.
They worked at various locations including Fort Edmonton Park, Inn on Whyte in Edmonton (currently the Varscona) and the Greenhead Motel and Restaurant in Provost Alberta.
Daniel branched into Acccounting for 10 years while the kids were growing up before we started our own Restaurant and Catering business in Sherwood Park in 1994. During those 10 years Shelley was Food and Beverage manager at Fort Edmonton Park and Devon Golf and Country Club.
Once in our own business from 1994 we ran a Soup’r Sandwich Sensations & Catering in Sherwood Park (3yrs) and then contracted with the County of Strathcona to run the food, beverage and catering services at the County cafeteria (3yrs) , Broadmoor Golf Club (10yrs) and Glen Allan Recreation center (3yrs). In the last 2 years of the Broadmoor golf contract we also contracted the food and beverage operation at Jagare Ridge Golf Club in Edmonton where we operated both golf clubs until the contract expired at Broadmoor. We stayed at Jagare Ridge for 6 yrs then left for Hidden Valley Golf Resort in southern Alberta for 2 1/2 years before it was flooded out in 2013 Alberta flood. (Resort never reopened as it was destroyed.) from there we were at the Crowsnest Pass Golf and Country Club for 2 more years.
...and now at RV Pub and Grill.