Trail Construction

A beaver is maiking a new area

A beaver is making a new pond.

With an early spring work is progressing fast on the new trails at Long Lake Provincial Park. When finished more then 5 kilms of stroller friendly trails will take people from the new parking lot off Northwest Arm Drive around Withrod lake and back.

With an early spring work is progressing fast on the new trails at Long Lake Provincial Park. When finished more then 5 kilms of stroller friendly trails will take people from the new parking lot off Northwest Arm Drive around Withrod lake and back.

With an early spring work is progressing fast on the new trails at Long Lake Provincial Park. When finished more then 5 kilms of stroller friendly trails will take people from the new parking lot off Northwest Arm Drive around Withrod lake and back.

With an early spring work is progressing fast on the new trails at Long Lake Provincial Park. When finished more then 5 kilms of stroller friendly trails will take people from the new parking lot off Northwest Arm Drive around Withrod lake and back.

With an early spring work is progressing fast on the new trails at Long Lake Provincial Park. When finished more then 5 kilms of stroller friendly trails will take people from the new parking lot off Northwest Arm Drive around Withrod lake and back.

With an early spring work is progressing fast on the new trails at Long Lake Provincial Park. When finished more then 5 kilms of stroller friendly trails will take people from the new parking lot off Northwest Arm Drive around Withrod lake and back.

Construction on the new trails is well under way, the parking lot is in and it’s full steam ahead. Anyone that are used to going into Long Lake Provincial Park at the end of Peter Saulnier Dr (formally Cowie Hill Drive) will notice lots of work going on there, trucks and machinery working on the new trails. These trails will open the park up to many residents who have never has access to the park before, with an easily accessible parking lot and easy walking trails. Stroller and bicycles and walkers will have enough room to use the trails together.

New parking lot construction started

A new parking lot and trail system project has begun this month on the east side of Long Lake Provincial Park. Long Lake Provincial Park Association along with The Department of Natural Resources have been working with Polycorp’s Peter Polly to get this project underway. We are very pleased to see construction begin on the Parking lot entrance, the project will see a parking lot and trail that will take you around Withrod lake, and also eventually connect to a new family park at the old pumphouse station off of Old Sambro Road.LongLakeNewParkingLotNov2015 (8)WEB LongLakeNewParkingLotNov2015 (10)WEB LongLakeNewParkingLotNov2015 (14)WEB LongLakeNewParkingLotNov2015 (21)WEB LongLakeNewParkingLotNov2015 (5)WEB LongLakeNewParkingLotNov2015 (6)WEB

Stop breaking glass

Please stop breaking glass in your park. Here is just a sampling of the glass beer bottles littering some of the beach areas along the lakeshore off Old Sambro Rd. This is dangerious for children and others.

   
 Thanks Long lake Provincial Park Assoc.

Long Lake Park Assoc get $40.000 Grant

11111040_10153593081659448_6893743416527891306_nMembers of the Long Lake Provincial Park Assoc. attend an announcement at the Dam on Old Sambro rd on Friday June 26, 2015. A provincial grant of $40.000 will be used to develope a family park at the site of the old pumping station on Old Sambro Rd. We will be announcing a public meeting soon, to show our plans, and get public input for the park.