The master plan calls for three major improvements to LSP, with numerous supporting additions. First, the Pav would be upgraded with a small addition to the east to house restrooms and a kitchenette for renters of that half of the building, the kitchenette for the west half would be moved to the current stage area, air conditioning would be installed, the concessionaire kitchen would be upgraded, new windows and doors installed, a covered patio area created by the concessionaire window, and a concrete patio added north of the building. Second, a multipurpose building (MPB) is proposed on Lighthouse Peninsula (LHP) that would house a restaurant, meeting space for 50 people, public restrooms, and exhibit area. (While the original LPEC recommendation called for a museum, many believe that an exhibit hall, smaller in scope and not requiring a professional curator and staff, would be a better fit for our community at this time.) Third, an amphitheater—including restrooms, concession area, and ice rink area for the winter—is shown on the west end of Oven Island. Many smaller projects that would support these facilities and help meet goals of the LPEC include walkways around the perimeter of LHP and the south side of Oven Island, a bike/ped bridge connecting the marina area to Oven Island, extending more boat docks in the marina and the channel west of Oven Island, and adding parking on Oven Island and LHP.