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Canadian community to explore impact of developing RV park

(Jan. 26, 2010) -- "This RV park is going to change Winnipeg Beach in many ways. It's very important to have wide input," Jackson told the Spectator. "We have to come together in a coordinated fashion, and do some very creative things to take advantage of the opportunities."

WINNIPEG BEACH, Manitoba — City officials are trying to get as much public input as possible as they discuss plans to take advantage of tourism expected when a $5 million redevelopment of Winnipeg Beach Provincial Park.

That project also includes a120-site RV campground expected to open next year, the Interlake Spectator reported.

Councilwoman Pam Jackson told the paper the group wants to explore how to best prepare to accommodate hundreds of tourists expected to visit the area.

“This RV park is going to change Winnipeg Beach in many ways. It’s very important to have wide input,” Jackson told the Spectator. “We have to come together in a coordinated fashion, and do some very creative things to take advantage of the opportunities.”

To read the complete report in the Interlake Spectator, click here.

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