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Update from Old Campground October 2020
1. Washrooms # 2 and # 7 and the shower building will remain open until water is turned off.
All remaining washrooms are closed.
2. October 11 – all Kayaks and Canoes and other watercraft are to be removed from the storage area at the 2nd street dock by this date
Found iPhone by the shower building
Identity phone at
37 3rd S Friday
15 2nd St N Saturday
iphone owner found and phone returned.
A list of items that should not be flushed down the toilets or in slop sinks is attached. Click on the Don’t Rush to Flush PDF document for more details.
July Cabin Owners Meeting Cancelled – We regret to announce that due to Covid-19 the July 2020 General Meeting has been cancelled.
Newsletter – Watch for an upcoming newsletter
Click on the link below for a PDF version.
Townsite Parking Lot
The contractors are making every effort to complete the paving components of the work as quickly as possible. Rain experienced last week has slowed the landscaping portion of the project, but with favourable weather over the coming days it is anticipated that work will be completed within the next week or so.
Construction work on Highway 10 and townsite roads
Parks Canada would like to advise travellers that starting June 24, 2020, construction work will take place on Highway 10 through Riding Mountain National Park, from kilometre 17 to 25 (anticipated June 26-June28) ,along with the following roads in the townsite of Wasagaming:
• Ta-Wa-Pit Drive (from Highway 10 to Balsam Street) – June 25*
• Columbine Street (from Highway 10 to Wasagaming Drive) –June 29*
• Wasagaming Drive (from Highway 10 to Mooswa Drive) – June 30*
A micro sealant is being applied to the recently paved road to prolong the life of the asphalt – the work is expected to take a total of five days, weather depending. This application is part of a larger federal infrastructure road renewal project which will result in improved, safer travelling experience for visitors.
Public safety is a priority for Parks Canada. Visitors travelling through the park should be prepared for single-lane alternating traffic, speed reductions to 60 km/hour in the construction zone with traffic control personnel on site, and occasional delays of up to 15 minutes. Within the townsite, we ask visitors to follow construction signs and traffic controllers at the scene and to expect limited access to some roads while the application is completed. Hours of work are sunrise to sunset.
Parks Canada is completing this important infrastructure work to ensure safe, high-quality experiences for visitors by improving heritage, visitor, waterway, and highway assets located within national historic sites, national parks, and national marine conservation areas.
• Parks Canada is following advice from public health experts and implementing measures to support Canada’s efforts to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and reduce the risks to Canadians, visitors, Parks Canada team members, and contractors working at our places.
• Parks Canada’s construction projects are considered part of the Agency’s critical services to the public. Most scheduled construction activities are proceeding as planned, but are subject to change due to the evolving situation related to COVID-19. Parks Canada will continue to communicate all developments to the public.
For news about this or other infrastructure projects in your area, please visit our public website at https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/mb/riding/info/infra-prog