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CAMPGROUND REPORT

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Information below compiled by Ken Connors of DiscoverThePeaceCountry.com - info@DiscoverThePeaceCountry.com
ANNOUNCEMENT: The Spring Lake Campground has re-opened effective August 28th, 2019. The Saddle Hills County has purchased the campground and will now be responsible for it. Spring Lake is 27 km north of Hythe, AB. Spring Lake Campground.
ADVISORY FOR MOONSHINE LAKE:
MOONSHINE LAKE: June 22, 2019. Please be advised that there is a Blue-Green-Algae advisory has been issued for Moonshine Lake, about 30 km west and north of Spirit River. It seems to be worse on the south side of the lake but that can change with wind and rain. This year has been worse than most years, as Blue-Green-Algae doesn't usually show up like this until August. This bacteria can be harmful to humans and animals.

MOONSHINE LAKE UPDATE:
The Pier on the south side of Moonshine Lake near the Playground has become unsafe as some of it is rotting and collapsing. Parks people advise that the Pier should be replaced in a week or two. Even though access to the Pier has been roped off, fisherman are defying the risks and still use it to fish from. A number of people have just said the fish were biting pretty well from there. (marshmallows and corn). Posted June 22, 2019.
CAMPGROUND REPORT EXCLUSIONS
Alberta Parks does not gather numbers of campsites available on the following campgrounds, as they usually don't have high volume. The sites are occupied on a first come basis. Notikewin Provincial Park (37 km north of Manning), Simonette River Recreation Area (55km southeast of Grande Prairie) and Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park (8 km from Grimshaw)

CHANGES - UPGRADES TO CAMPGROUNDS:
Spring Lake Campground located 27 km north of Hythe, Alberta announced it will be CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Spring Lake is located in the MD of Spirit RIver.

PIPESTONE CREEK CAMPGROUND:
More sites with electricity have been added to Pipestone Creek Campground and now total around 35 with power. Loop E was done before but now a number have been added in Loop D (from D66 to D83) which includes all the sites facing the playground have power.
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