B.C. Campground Reviewing Plans For Upgrades

October 17, 2017 by   - () Comments Off on B.C. Campground Reviewing Plans For Upgrades

Port Alice RV Park & Campground

The village of Port Alice in British Columbia, is reviewing plans to upgrade the village’s only campground.

According to the North Island Gazette, the company 43K Wilderness Solutions has provided Port Alice Council with design plans and cost estimates for upgrading the Port Alice RV Park & Campground.

“How this all started is we got a grant from rural dividend,” said Mayor Jan Allen, who explained the report was the first part of a three-part grant proposal which was awarded under the Liberal government.

The British Columbia rural dividend program assists rural communities with a population of 25,000 or less to reinvigorate and diversify their local economies.

Councillor Marnie Chase added that “because there has been a transition of government, we do not know if that grant money is available.”

The cost of the total constructed civil work is estimated to be $266,7772.

The plans to upgrade the site includes 10 campsites large enough to accommodate RVs and fifth-wheels, as well two cabins and a yurt.

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