PENTICTON, British Columbia — Members of the Penticton Indian Band have turned down a proposal to explore the possibility of developing two per cent of the band’s land into an adventure super park, InfoNews.ca reported.
Band members voted 149 to 93 against the proposed 940-hectare super park, Dec. 14, in a turnout that saw between 25 and 30 per cent of band members cast ballots, according to a K’ul Group media release.
Preliminary concepts for the Adrenaline Super Park the band was considering included a sky chair, walking and nature trails, ziplines, a mountain coaster, a waterpark and a multi-level mountain bike terrain park. The concept also included other amenities such as an amphitheater, concert stage and bull riding event center along with an RV park and tenting facility.
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