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Pinery cabins getting upgrades

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Journal staff

Four cabins at Pinery Provincial Park are getting upgrades thanks to a $827,000 investment from the province to ‘revitalize’ and improve the visitor experience at the Lambton County attraction.

“On the shores of Lake Huron, there are few places in our province more picturesque than Pinery Provincial Park,” said Monte McNaughton, MPP for Lambton-Kent-Middlesex.

“Thousands of friends and families come to enjoy this park every day. This investment will ensure they have better cabins for decades to come.”

The park’s four rustic cabins – which accommodate five people each — come equipped with a queen bed and bunk bed, a kitchenette with a microwave, a mini fridge, a gas barbecue, and an electric fireplace.

The project is part of a $41.7 million investment over two years to upgrade and maintain Ontario Parks, a news release noted.

“Once the upgrades have been completed, visitors will be able to enjoy new facilities alongside the natural beauty of one of Ontario’s more than 300 provincial parks.”

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