Crescent Valley Beach Regional Park open for use
There’s now plenty of room to park at the Crescent Valley Beach Regional Park thanks to the Slocan Community Recreation Greenway Project. — RDCK photo
The Regional District of Central Kootenay is pleased to announce that the Crescent Valley Beach Regional Park parking lot is now open to the public. The work at the Crescent Valley Beach Regional Park has included developing the entry to the park, parking spaces, a picnic shelter, washroom facility, and an integrated trail network. Although minor work may still occur over the course of the summer, the parking lot will remain open.
“The RDCK has worked hard to bring the Crescent Valley Beach Regional Park parking lot area to completion for the busy time of summer.” said Walter Popoff, RDCK Area H Director.
The work at the regional park is a result of the Slocan Community Recreation Greenway Project, a partnership comprised of the RDCK, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Rec Sites and Trails BC, and the Slocan Valley Heritage Trail Society. The project involves external funding from the Columbia Basin Trust’s Recreation Infrastructure Grant, the RDCK’s Community Works Funding and Bike BC.