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Log Cabin Resort Proposed Improvements

Log Cabin Resort was run down at the end of the last concession contract. A planning prospectus was approved in 2011 for the park to correct many of the deficiencies so that it would be feasible for a new concessioner to enter into a new ten year contract. Many of the deficiencies have been corrected to date. Due to what we have learned working out there the last two years, we would like to make minor changes to the future actions in the prospectus.

Immediate problems include no manager's residence. A guest cabin is being used for a manager. The cabins are deteriorated and no guest accommodation is accessible. Day users have one non-accessible restroom. The lodge does not have accessible restrooms and the spaces are so small they cannot be made accessible. The asphalt roads will be due for an overlay by the completion of the project.

The proposed action would include the construction of a new manager's residence to replace the one that we demolished last year, replace eight guest cabins with eight new guest cabins, and construct an accessible restroom building that would serve both the lodge and day users including accessible pathways to it. When this work is complete a new layer of asphalt would be placed on all the roads and parking areas in the resort.

Please note that the new docks are being addressed currently (this fall), outside of this environmental assessment, due to safety needs.

 
Comment Period: Closed        05/08/2014 - 06/09/2014
Topic Questions:
1. Please comment on the brief description of the project and help define the issues and concerns to be addressed in an environmental assessment to be released later this year.
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