Wednesday, July 09, 2008

4th of July Campers Surpise Campground
Kent Wilson had so much business over the July Fourth weekend that he ran out of ice Saturday and had to ration the rest to patrons at his RV park.

Wilson said the number of travelers who visited his Blue Spruce RV Park and Campground in Bayfield came as a bit of a surprise.

All 100 RV spots and nine cabins were filled, with patrons waiting for cancellations at the RV park near the Weminuche Wilderness Area and the San Juan National Forest. Wilson sold 200 bags of ice over the weekend.

"I thought I had plenty (of ice) because I was going by last year's numbers, but it was a completely different world," Wilson said. "We couldn't fit another person in here."
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