CLWS to manage Cumberland Lake Park

  • Apr. 1, 2015 1:00 p.m.

The Cumberland Lake Wilderness Society (CLWS) has been awarded the contract for managing Cumberland Lake Park in 2015.

The lakefront municipal park and campground is the only road-accessible public land on Comox Lake and is a popular recreation destination for residents of Cumberland, the wider Comox Valley, and beyond.

Along with the campground, boat launch and other existing park amenities, CLWS will be offering new outdoor recreation, education and experiential learning programs to the public.

Camping opportunities will also continue to be offered. For campground reservations and enquiries contact CLWS at or call 250-336-8593.

CLWS is also seeking a food concession operator or alternative food service provider (e.g. food truck or cart) for the upcoming summer season.

For more information on the opportunity visit the CLWS website. The deadline for submission of proposals is April 10.


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