Tourism can Attain New Heights in Oyama
Tourism can reach new heights in Oyama. Lake Country Board approved a temporary use of facilities for entertainment of a zip on 75 acres of private land Oyama Lake Road. “They have three years to try and then they may have to be rezoned, “said Mayor James Baker.
The operation may consist of four to six single or dual zip lines. Participants from rocky cliffs, platforms of trees or steel platforms. “Paths of nature will be flying a zipline to the other with signs of natural vegetation and local history,” said Peter Madsen applicant in a written statement.
“Zip lines are in and coming area, which is to go in popularity. At the same time research, we found none of the entire Okanagan Valley this type. “However, before the Council granted a provisional license, some things were handled. “There is a dirt road out there and people are concerned about the zip line would attract more traffic and there would be more dust for the residents,” says Baker, adding that dealing with dust control.
Madsen believes that traffic will be minimal, as pre-reserved only for guests on the spot. “It is already at least two other companies based tourism along the Lake Road Oyama,” he said. The Council discussed the issue of fires. “It is a draft non-smoking, so that it reduces that risk,” Baker said. “They also have a tank to fight fires. “Baker says a zip line could be economic benefits to Lake Country. “We want more things for tourists to do in our community,” he said.
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