Ice storm clean-up 2017

FOZP organized work parties during February and March 2017 to help clear up the damage after the winter ice storms, Over 50 volunteers participated, and contributed over 320 man hours. This was rewarded with a FEMA grant exceeding $5,000, which will be reinvested in...

FOZP helps to reinforce the lake bank

A local arborist, Matt Horowitz, in conjunction with LCPD and FOZP, is leading a project to try to stem the chronic erosion that is eating away the lake bank. Work began on Earth Day (April 22nd 2017) as a team of volunteers and scouts created a test wall from woven...

Volunteer hours count!

Not only does it feel good volunteering your time to help care for the park, but we can make every hour count in a financial way. Every hour volunteered contributes over $23 towards the 50:50 financial matching that is required to obtain grant funding for park...

Woodland Trail Improvements

We have been working hard on improving the woodland trails by laying wood chips. Three years ago, with a mission to ‘give back’ to the park, Vincent Adams headed up a work party of Oregon Country Fair campers to start this project. Members of FOZP have...

Algal Bloom Warnings

The County Parks Dept. will no longer be testing the water for algal blooms. This is because by the time the test gets done and reported, conditions may have already changed. Instead, they will post a general announcement about algal blooms to educate park visitors to...