Mill Lake (Idaho)

at , Abbotsford, V2S 7P1 Canada


Mill Lake (Idaho)

Abbotsford , BC V2S 7P1
Canada
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http://www.abbotsford.ca/leisure/parks.htm

Description

Mill Lake is an alpine lake in Blaine County, Idaho, United States, located in the Smoky Mountains in Sawtooth National Recreation Area of Sawtooth National Forest. The lake is most easily accessed via trail 136 from the end of forest road 179. The lake is located north of Norton Peak.

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Trails View the Abbotsford Trail Guide map which shows the various trails and distances in Abbotsford.
Goose Control Learn about the Canadian Goose Population Control Project Field Status View whether fields are open or closed.
Trees Learn about protection of trees, and when a permit is required for removing a tree.
Field Bookings & Rentals View the various facilities and rooms available to rent, including room specifications and cost.
Sports Fields & Courts View the locations of the numerous sports fields and courts available for use in Abbotsford.
Cemeteries The City of Abbotsford owns and operates four cemeteries: Aberdeen, Hazelwood, Mt.
Lehman and Musselwhite.
Jubilee Park Improvement Project Jubilee Park will be upgraded in order to enhance safety, improve visibility and increase parking.
As part of the project, the current lawn bowling facility will be relocated to a new venue for the 2019 season.
Gardner Park Construction Project Gardner Park will be experiencing ongoing construction from June till October 2018.
Palfy Park Trail Palfy Park Trail will remained closed until further notice.
Shadbolt Park Lean about the new passive park in the Auguston subdivision Go Play Outside Be part of a Healthy Abbotsford!
Go Play Outside or participate in the Walk Abbotsford program.