The road to the seasonal area is CLOSED. You cannot drive down it. At the moment, the park truck is trying to clean up some of the mess.
Park information: "It's finally starting to warm up and feel like spring. It's great to see temperatures above freezing and to feel the sun regaining its cheery warmth that's been missing all winter. Environment Canada is predicting sun for the beginning of next week with temperatures of 8-10ºC at the beginning of the week. But that also means we're getting our yearly muddy road mess. So until the ground thaws and absorbs all that water or things dry up a bit, we have to close Beckett Circle to vehicles in order to prevent road damage. Of course, everyone is welcome to walk around everywhere but rubber boots are definitely recommended!"
No warning was given or I would have given you warning :-) The 'girls' drove up from the back on Friday night ... going to the potluck and couldn't get past the Kubota which was parked just past Helios. ha ha. Okay, not funny for them.
Here we go again... I have been asked to put this in the blog.
The cabins fill a gap in our overnight options. They are an affordable choice for people who want a ready place to stay – either because they don't own a tent or camper; are coming from far away (e.g. overseas); or just want the convenience of having everything set for them when they arrive.
The cabins are insulated and equipped with double-pane windows. That, combined with the forced-air propane furnace means that they will be comfortable from early spring to late fall.
They sleep up to 6 people. The two double beds each have a single bunk above them. We will provide the linens.
What the cabins do not have is water. But since they will be located on sites 240 and 241 near the comfort station in Beckett Circle, it's an easy walk to the washroom, showers, and dishwashing station.