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Brian Foster: Lake of the Pines reopens dog park with improvements

Lake of the Pines and two of the local service clubs have spent over $35,000 to upgrade their Huck Finn Dog Park.

Over an acre of the park has had grass planted, irrigated and fenced with water brought in for a new dog wash station, and water available for humans and dogs. Additional landscaping has also been done. Two of LOPs service groups, The Pinesmen and The Firebelles donated over $5,500 for the purchase and installation of four new benches and a shaded picnic table for the park.

The park has been closed for the past month to allow the new grass time to develop and take hold. The park reopened on Wednesday April 1. Pastries and refreshments were available for residents and biscuits for their four-legged friends.



I have been on Lake of the Pines’ Long Range Planning Committee and have worked with the Lake and Parks Committee and the administration on these improvements. This is now be one of the nicest dog parks in Northern California.

Brian Foster




Lake of the Pines


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