Visitors to Riding Mountain National Park this summer are in store for vast improvements.
Parks Canada is introducing new visitor experiences, expanded Indigenous interpretive programming and fat bike rentals.
“We are looking forward to welcoming new and returning visitors for what promises to be an exciting year ahead,” said Richard Dupuis, visitor experience manager with RMNP.
“Parks Canada takes great pride in protecting and presenting these treasured places that are gateways to nature, adventure and discovery. Come see for yourself.”
Revitalization work will also continue at the Wasagaming Campground with 130 existing sites being upgraded to include water and electrical services, the addition of electrical services to the oTENTiks, a new dumping station, and 200 new picnic tables.
All roads in the Wasagaming Campground will be resurfaced by fall 2016.
Seasonal visitor services at the park are in full effect as of today.
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