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Idaho’s Winchester Lake State Park Gets New Playground Equipment

When Idaho State Parks contacted LuckyDog Recreation about getting new playground equipment at Winchester Lake State Park, they needed to meet a deadline. Idaho State Parks are celebrating their 50 year anniversary in June and Winchester wanted their new equipment installed in time for the celebration.

LuckyDog Construction Manager CJ Stoddard and crew members, Keith and Joseph completed the project in record time.

“It’s a pleasure to do a job in location such as this. It’s so beautiful here. Steve was great to work with and we got to go fishing at lunch. The new playground complements their park setting very well,” said Stoddard.

Winchester Lake State Parks New Playground

We hope you enjoy the pictures in this lovely setting. Don’t you love how the Playcraft™ playground equipment blends right into the trees?

Winchester Lake new playground


New playground in Winchester Idaho State Park
Celebrate 50 Years with Winchester Lake State Park
Friday, June 12, 2015 (All day) – Saturday, June 13, 2015 (All day)

According to the Winchester Lake Sate Park Facebook Page there will be plenty to do at their 50 year anniversary celebration:

“Idaho Parks and Recreation is turning 50 years old this year. Come join us Saturday, June 13th for a party at the park to celebrate. The Wolf Education and Research Center is also throwing their Summer Celebration that weekend.”

“Our new mascot, Scout, will make an appearance before Friday night’s evening program. Scout will say hello to everyone at about 7:15 p.m. There will be walks and programs throughout the day Saturday and a BBQ at the Ponderosa Point shelter for lunch. The activities and BBQ are free (no motor vehicle entrance fee for day users). The 13th is also Free Fishing Day so bring your pole and try your luck in between activities, no license needed.”

Have fun!

Nicole Stoddard – LuckyDog Recreation Sales and Service

P.S. A shout out to Steve Kuskie, Assistant Park Manager, and Adam Straubinger, Idaho Department of Parks & Recreation, for making it possible for LuckyDog to serve the children and families visiting Winchester State Park.



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