Pickleball is being played at the Sproat Lake Community Hall, 9346 Bomber Base Road. There are two existing courts and three more are being constructed. These courts are for the use of Sproat Lake Community Residents and their guests ONLY. Courts are booked through our Team Up Calendar and must be booked by a Sproat Lake resident. Just press the button below and book a time.
As soon as construction on our new courts is finished one court will always be available for drop in without booking. We encourage new players and will certainly arrange mentoring and instruction on request.
For further information please call Linda Bowers 250-731-5241 or 250-724-3626.
We are currently operating under COVID guidelines. This means no more than 10 people on the courts at one time. This gives each court 4 people with a spare.
NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURE
July 5 – August 16, 2021
Central Westcoast Forest Society and the Ministry of Transportation and infrastructure will be replacing the culvert on Shuhum Creek at Lakeshore Road to restore fish passage to upstream habitat and to improve road safety.
This project will require a full road closure from July 5 until August 16, 2021. The work site is located between 9720 and 9715 Lakeshore Road. Traffic will be redirected to Highway 4. A footbridge will be installed the week of July 12-16 to restore pedestrian access to both sides of the construction site.
Sproat Lake Community Association maintains the Sproat Lake area, and its pristine drinking water. It is truly a unique place to live, vacation and play. Sproat Lake is a place where residents live the lifestyle of abundance, in nature.
Residents in the community enjoy hot summers and temperate winters. They enjoy many opportunities for year-round recreation. Namely, cycling; hiking; swimming; stand-up paddling; wake boarding; water skiing; diving and much more.
The Sproat Lake Community is a favourite place for photographers; bird watchers; bear photography, and leisure enthusiasts alike to find their passions.
A fourteen member board of directors governs the SLCA. These individuals, from our community, take an active role in current issues. Plus they deal with concerns throughout Area “D” Sproat Lake in the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District.