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Feedback requested for Pioneer Park camping in Pend Orielle County

The Pend Oreille County Public Utility District and the Colville National Forest are requesting feedback from users about camping along the reservoir near Pioneer Park, according to a news release.

Pioneer Park Campground has exceeded capacity over the last few years, prompting the two agencies to develop an alternative camping area.

One option is to develop No Name Lake Campground. Currently, that areas is a primitive no-fee campground.

Another option could be adding camping options at the Oldtown Rotary Park, an already developed RV park, according to the news release.

To comment on the proposals visit popud.org and fill out the campsite feedback survey, or bring a written survey to the PUD’s Newport office. Comments will be accepted until March 30.

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