Friday, July 22, 2005

Adirondack Park Agency proposes limits on stays at private campgrounds

Jim Hoover has owned "On the River" campground for the past seven years. From May through October he depends on that business to support his family. But a proposed regulation change concerning camp grounds within the Adirondack Park could drastically affect his bottom line.

"Is this a way of supporting the New York State campgrounds? By cutting us down and then people will have to go to state campgrounds to keep the revenue up," said Hoover.

The proposed regulation by the Adirondack Park Agency would prohibit a camper from setting up camp at the same site for more than 90 days. It would also ban parking a camper in a campground for more than 120 days. Full Story...

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