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Park Road Conditions

Posted on: November 7, 2014  |   ,

The Province’s Manitoba Parks Strategy promises Provincial Park Road upgrades:

“Provincial Park roads in Hecla/Grindstone, St. Malo, Whiteshell and Asessippi Provincial Parks will be repaired, resurfaced or extended to provide safe and convenient access to park facilities and amenities across the province.” Document available at http://www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/parksstrategy/pdf/parks_strategy_.pdf

The WCA Infrastructure Committee is currently reviewing the Road Conditions issue and would like to know if road conditions are a concern affecting cottagers at your lake.

Recent photos taken by a WCA Lake Director show the condition of Highway 44 between Rennie and Caddy Lake

 

Old pavement crumbling

Old Pavement Crumbling

New pavement patch is breaking up

New Patch is Breaking Up

Soft Shouder

Soft Shoulder with Sharp Drop-off

If you have photos, information or concerns about road conditions, please email wca@whiteshellcottagers.com and include “Infrastructure Committee – Road Conditions” in the subject line.

One response to “Park Road Conditions”

  1. The Whiteshell Cottagers Association has demanded a breakdown of all park service fees and an accounting of how much should be paid by cottagers, versus day users, campers and businesses.

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