Onalaska Alliance would like to invite the community and interested persons to a Ribbon Cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the Carlisle Lake Restroom Project.
Date: May 21, 2016
Location: Carlisle Lake Parking Lot, Onalaska, Wa
The bathroom project at Carlisle Lake, which began in the spring of 2015, is now complete. Onalaska Alliance, a community non profit and landowner of the Carlisle Lake property, partnered with Lewis County in the use of 09 funds to finance the project. Another 09 fund project was paving the parking lot.
The bathroom project was designed to accommodate small and large groups of people using the lake for recreation. Carlisle Lake is open for trout fishing and is stocked by Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife. There is also a one mile trail around the scenic lake which includes areas of wetland, timber, and open meadow. Locals often take daily walks around the trail to view the lake and stand under the tall, historic smokestack from the old Carlisle Mill.
The 5 stall bathroom is a great addition to the development of Carlisle Lake as a community park. It will also be used during the annual Apple Harvest Festival, held the first weekend of October. Participants in the Apple Fun Run/Walk will appreciate this convenience and more events will now be able to be held at this location. Onalaska Alliance has future plans to build a community playground and picnic areas, and to continue to develop the trail system.
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