From BC Parks website:
“Due to popularity and size of the campground, BC Parks has implemented a maximum stay policy of 7 nights in the peak season in this park (June 15 to Labour Day inclusive). Reservations are made through BC Parks’ Discover Camping Reservation System.”
Also, interesting to note, all weekends seem to be booked up until mid September.
There are two important dates for those who live in Fernie and for those who have purchased summer passes for Fernie Alpine Resort.
First of all, a summer pass is $269 for an adult until June 23rd – then it goes up $30.
FAR opens up June 23rd and closes September 3rd.
Fernie’s Community Appreciation Day is July 8th.
Also, who’s excited for the kid’s zipline park to open? We are!
That is all.
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“This Book and Bake Sale supports The Elk Valley Spay and Neuter Incentive Program. This program offers spay and neuter for cats from Elkford to Elko. The program offers low income options as well as free options for feral or homeless cats to help reduce the cat population in the Elk Valley. Come and down, buy some books and treats! All proceeds raised go directly to the SNIP Program. To donate baking, volunteer or drop off books please email firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Saturday at 10 AM – 2 PM at The Arts Station’s theatre room.
The sun doesn’t set until 9 o’clock so we might as well go downtown, shop a little, get some delicious food and enjoy the downtown energy.