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Montney Centennial Park transitions to day use only

Fishing dock, picnic shelter, trails among much needed upgrades
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The Peace River Regional District says the Montney Centennial Regional Park will be part of a day-use pilot project starting this spring.

Over the next three years, the park, on the northeast end of Charlie Lake, will be available for day-use exclusive activities. The regional district says the project was approved to accommodate much needed upgrades to the park including trails development, installing a picnic shelter and fishing dock, updating signage, and other improvements to walkways and outhouses.

"The goal of this project is to expand the recreational pursuits at the park and attract a broader range of visitors for unique experiences that are not readily available in the surrounding area," the regional district said in a statement. "Come for a picnic, launch a canoe or fish off the shoreline!"

The PRRD says it also supports partnerships with clubs and organizations to create fun activities in the park. Those interested can call Community Services at 250-784-3200.


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