CHARLIE LAKE, B.C. – Montney Centennial Regional Park is transitioning to day-use only as part of a pilot project kicking off this spring, says the Peace River Regional District.

The project, taking place over the next three years, will offer exclusive activities during the day.

The PRRD says the project was approved to accommodate much needed upgrades to the park, including the development of trails, installing a picnic shelter, installing a fishing dock, updated signage and improvements to walkways and outhouses.

“The goal of this project is to expand the recreational pursuits at the park and attract a broader range of visitors for unique experiences that are not readily available in the surrounding area,” says the PRRD in a statement Friday.

The PRRD says it is open to partnerships with clubs and organizations to create fun activities in the park. Anyone interested can reach out to the Community Services staff at 250 784-3200.