​News & Info

Re-zoning by the CSRD may have a future bearing on the Resort. Please check with the Board before considering a tiny home or park model.

Volunteer Call-out

  • Volunteer coordinator

  • Septic maintenance

  • Water plant technicians - must have certification 7 days a week

  • Bylaw enforcement

  • Site Mods

  • If you wish to volunteer, please contact

  • Potable water available in the Laundry. Hose available under the sink.

  • ​Cedars is running with limited volunteers. The office is now closed permanently.

  • Reminder that only refundable containers go in the shed. Rinsed milk containers are now ok to recycle. Non-refundable plastics go to recycling depots.

  • Commercial washers and dryers in the laundry. Wash is $3.00 and dry is $2.00

  • Information regarding the Cedar's septic system. A number of destructive items have caused expensive repairs to the infrastructure. Please take note of what can and cannot go down the drains. Details here.

  • All forests surrounding the resort are classified as Conservation Zones and no wood collecting/cutting is allowed.  Fire hazard reduction adjacent to your lot is ok. Fire wood can be purchased at local sawmills and suppliers. Hyde Sawmill is across the highway and orders can be placed there. Firewood gathering is allowed on crown land with a permit. Details can be found here.  Problem trees on the resort's border can be reported to BC Parks.

  • For weekend RV enjoyment, all construction and related noise is prohibited on Sundays. Plan your projects accordingly.

  • ​Pets must be on a leash at all times, in all areas of the resort.

  • ​Non-household garbage to the landfill please. Rates are very reasonable.

  • ​A reminder....resort quiet time is after 11pm. Noise, music etc. must cease at 11pm.

  • ​​The new water well has been drilled as of June 15th. Watch this space for updates.

  • ​Bears have been sighted in the parks adjacent to the resort. Use caution.

  • Guest parking is available at the resort entrance parking area. Please avoid blocking roads or having vehicles protruding into the common pathways. In the event of an evacuation or emergency, we need clear roads and easy access.

  • Please do not attach any type of signage to trees. 

​New site modification information in the Member's Area/ Documents
New playground equipment in Phase 1. Thank you to all the members that raised the funds and helped landscape and assemble the new gear.