The Greenbelt lands of the 108 Mile Ranch community are used in much the same manner as a public park. Comprising more than 1,500 acres, these community parklands generally cover the lakeshore lands and grazing lands located immediately adjacent to the 108 Mile community. They are funded through a combination of a levy of $10.00 per parcel and revenue generated by pasture rental fees.
The Greenbelt lands were established for the enjoyment of area residents with little modification to their natural state. During the summer, cattle are allowed to graze to ensure the grass remains at a stable level and prevent wildfires. Walking and pedal biking are permitted on the trail system, as they have little impact on the land. However, motorized vehicles, such as ATVs, dirt bikes, and trucks, are not allowed at any time. In addition, hunting is prohibited.
You can contact the Greenbelt Commission by email at
For more information, visit the following website: www.crd-director.com
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