Monday, September 17, 2007

Nevada State Recreation Area gets More RV Sites

Construction under way for more than two months at the Big Bend State Recreation Area on Laughlin, Nevada's south side has progressed to where improvements are visible.

The first thing visitors and residents will see as part of the $7 million expansion and improvement project is a new entry station at which fees will be paid and a new gate going down a now-paved road and parking lot to the Overlook Point day use area.

Come November, a 24-superspace recreational vehicle campground is due to open.

Known as Loop 2, the new RV campground will provide a pad, barbecue, fire ring, ramada, utility connections and a level space for a tent at each space, plus dump stations for the vehicle's water and sewer tanks to be emptied.

There also will be shower-restroom building with two coin-operated showers and four restrooms fronted by three ADA spaces, all served by paved roads. But the campground will be almost unseen from the nearby Needles Highway as most of the brush trees were left in place to provide a natural setting.
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