Thursday, October 26, 2006

Port Hood, N.S., making plans for RV park

The Cape Breton community of Port Hood wants to invest up to $900,000 in a new camping park for recreational vehicles to help boost tourism, create some seasonal employment and better utilize its sports centre during the summer.

Joe Morris, manager of the Al MacInnis Sports Centre, said Monday that an RV park, which is needed in the area, would tie in with the sports complex, which is, to some extent, closed for five months of the year.

A $12,000 independent feasibility study, conducted by Ontario-based Foresight Management Group, indicated the RV park was possible and economically sound. Full Story...
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