SALMON ARM, British Columbia — The District of Sicamous is looking to bring camping back to the community with a 350-lot campsite by the Eagle River.
At their regular meeting last Wednesday, district council approved the submission of B.C. Rural Dividend funding application to the province for $100,000. The money, town manager Evan Parliament explained, would help pay for “soft costs” or studies to determine the feasibility of a public campground on private and public properties at and near 101Old Town Bay Road.
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