The park that doesn't allow bird feeders (due to them being unnatural) is interested in adding a children's play area, a new parking lot, outdoor showers, shade structures (on the beach) and a rentable beach front pavillion to the Northwest Beach area of Point Pelee (NATIONAL PARK)
Don't forget to take a moment to let them know what you think about these changes!
> Subject: What do you think?/ Que pense-tu?
> To: Pelee.Info@pc.gc.ca
> Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2014 16:20:14 -0500
> What do you think?
> Point Pelee National Park is looking for your ideas on a redevelopment plan
> for the Northwest Beach day use area. The public facilities at this
> popular location need replacing and science indicates that the parking lot
> is hurting the delicate sand dune habitat. A new plan calls for a
> redesigned parking lot, new washrooms with family change rooms and outdoor
> showers, shade structures on the beach, a rentable beach front pavilion,
> bike trail extension, children's play area and more. Help the park develop
> the best design to benefit people and nature at the same time.
> Meet park staff at these locations to find out more:
> Leamington Kinsmen Recreational Complex Saturday, Feb. 1, 8am - 1pm
> 249 Sherk St. Leamington, ON Mon, Feb. 3, 8 am - noon and 4pm
> - 8pm
> Devonshire Mall Saturday, Feb. 8, 10am to 6pm
> 3100 Howard Ave. Windsor ON Monday, Feb. 17 (Family Day),
> 11am - 6pm
Photo taken at the NW Beach parking lot at Pelee!