Friday, November 24, 2006

Rebuilding campground is State's priority

Workers are removing thousands of fallen trees from Mississippi's Buccaneer State Park in the first phase of a $14 million restoration project.

Buccaneer, one of the most visited among the state's 24 parks, was obliterated by Hurricane Katrina.

Named for the pirates who used the area as a retreat in the 1700s, Buccaneer featured acres of campgrounds and outdoor recreation, including a Frisbee golf course and a five-acre water park, Buccaneer Bay.

The park restoration is planned in three phases and rebuilding the campground, bathrooms and pavilions is the state's first objective. Full Story...
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