LEDUC, Alberta — Leduc County council approved upgrades for Jubilee Park’s camping grounds at Wizard Lake at its Feb. 9 meeting.
Once the upgrades are complete, Jubilee Park will have two permanent comfort camping units, sparing those who can’t or don’t want to pull a trailer from having to do so.
“Most of the amenities are provided. It’ll be a hard-floored unit with a tent top to it. It’ll have bunk beds inside, maybe a table, place to lay down your sleeping bags and camp for the evening,” said Dean Ohnysty, director of parks and recreation for the county. “It’ll open up camping to a different type of user.”
There will also be an additional 26 powered sites, in response to demand from campers. There are currently 32 powered stalls out of the 111 on site.
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