Club members will be walking the trails at Murphy’s Point on Saturday, October 24 to clear away any branches or obstructions and identify any larger trees or hazards that need to be removed to prepare for the ski season. We will also be installing a snow fence and possibly spreading some mulch on one areaContinue reading “Trail Clearing Day”
It’s a little know fact that jackrabbits love eating maple taffy on snow. If you don’t believe us, check out the photo below. Last Sunday, a photographer in Murphy’s Point Provincial Park caught a whole nest of jackrabbits nibbling contently on the sweet stuff. If you didn’t know, Jackrabbits is the name of our club’sContinue reading “Jackrabbits eat Taffy”
The Friends of Murphys Point are raffling a beautiful handmade birch bark canoe on Oct. 14, 2019. Funds raised will support future Indigenous programming at the park. The poster below outlines how you can get your ticket. Please consider supporting our friends, the Friends of Murphys Point!