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Lac Ste. Anne County Approves Campground Expansion

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Plans for the long-term future improvements for Deep Creek Camping and Events made a significant advancement, a report said.

Alberta‘s Lac Ste. Anne County (LSAC) held an open hearing in late October regarding Deep Creek Camping and Events’ Area Structure Plan (ASP) that the LSAC council later decided to adopt.

“We do hope to expand into a great facility for the entire county to enjoy, and we hope to bring a lot back to the county,” said Deep Creek Camping owner Corrie Shura.

During the hearing, Matthew Ferris, LSAC planning manager, stated that the ASP has proposed as many as 75 RV campsites along with “overall, a larger recreational facility within the property.”

The recreation facility will include “a mixture of other activities and recreational facilities, from zip-lines to teepees, to cabins and a mini-golf course.”

LSAC administration said that Deep Creek’s 2018 plan had included a 24-site campground and commercial amenities like a general store.

Deep Creek Camping plans further development at its site, Riverside Campground, and the Sangudo Speedway, from 2022 to 2023 and 2023 through 2024, as per the council’s agenda.

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