Manmade Community Park Project
The Manmade Project is a community effort that the Camas SCD is closely involved
with. It is an area of State owned land approximately one mile North of the townsite of Fairfield. It is about 80 acres of undeveloped land, where the Highway District has previously removed gravel/dirt for the construction
of roads in Camas County.
Sitting vacant and unused for several years, a committee has
formed to possibly develop this site into a community center with many possibilities. Several letters from many entities
have written letters of support of this action, and a park planner/developer has been contacted. This project is in
its initial stages, and the SCD is excited to be part of its development.
arial photographs courtesy Steve Thompson and Kaylin Dennis
Following are ideas for this area:
MANMADE COMMUNITY PARK PROJECT
What would YOU
like to have in our community?
o Learning/Interpretive Centero Gardening/arts/crafts workshopso Farming & local business workshopso Fishing Pond & Swimming Holeo Sled Hillo Snowshoe & Cross Country Skiing Tracko Ice Skating rinko Ice Hockey Rinko Motorcross Park, Snowmobile Drag Races o Bike Patho Rodeo/Horse show Arena, Livestock Penso New 4-H facilities/penso Motorcycle Rodeoo Community Park & Picnic Areao Natural Resource Camp for Kidso Music Ampitheater/Events Centero Overnight RV Parking and Campingo Historical Interpretive Siteo Camas County Farming & Ranching Historyo Archery & Trap Shooting Competitions
CAMAS COUNTY, IDAHO