Tla'amin Nation delays campground reopening

Dangerous trees require removal at Dinner Rock site

Dinner Rock campground cannot be reopened on June 1 as was previously announced.

A media release from Tla’amin Nation states that a number of dangerous trees have been identified, which must be removed before the campground can be reopened safely.

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“An update will be provided when we are in a position to reopen,” stated chief administrative officer Rod Allan in the media release. “Our apologies for the inconvenience, but the safety of our visitors is of great importance to us.

“Tla’amin is carefully monitoring the COVID-19 situation. It is an evolving situation, and we will respond to changes based upon orders and advice from public health officials. It is imperative that we keep the health and safety of everyone a top priority.”

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