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Just east of camping loops E & F, there will be construction through the 2018 camping season to  create three mini group camp loops that will accommodate smaller groups wishing to camp together. Camping loop G has been closed permanently, and will be taken apart and reclaimed to a natural state.

Visitors are advised to stay out of the closure and construction areas for their own safety, and expect the presence of construction equipment and increased noise during the construction period.

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        Activities

          Geocaching
          Camping
          Canoeing/Kayaking
          Fishing
          Group Use
          Horseshoes
          Interpretive Program
          Power Boating
          Sailing
          Swimming
          Volleyball
          Water Skiing
          Wind Surfing

          Ice Fishing
          Winter Camping

        Note Permitted activities may vary within a park. Please confirm details with park staff.

        • Birding: Sandhill cranes, boreal owls, northern pygmy owls, greater yellowlegs, western tanagers and solitary sandpipers
        • Events & Interpretive Programs: Children's programs and evening events are presented in summer. Check events.
        • Power Boating: On Twin Lakes, vessels are subject to a 12 km/h speed limit. In posted areas on Crimson Lake, vessels are prohibited or subject to a 12 km/h speed limit.
        • Ice-Fishing: While ice-fishing is encouraged, using OHVs and vehicles to access the lake is NOT permitted.  Anglers can cross-country ski, snowshoe or walk onto Crimson Lake, at their own risk.
        • Winter Trails: In winter, trails are maintained for multi-use - walking, snowshoeing, fat-biking and cross-country skiing.  Check the Winter Trails Map.

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