Wednesday, July 09, 2008

New CA coastal campground in sight

he land at El Morro will enter into a new chapter starting this week, as a construction team finishes removing the last remnants of a once-lively community, and starts work on a long-awaited campground at the coast.

The new project will include the first campgrounds to be added to the State Parks system in more than 20 years, and likely the last that will be added. They expect to draw about 250,000 people each year, said State Parks spokesman Ken Kramer.

"It's good news – everyone is going to see that the project is finally under way," he said.

State Parks recently awarded a $12 million contract to Los Angeles Engineering Inc. for the revamp of the land, which sits within the 2,791-acre Crystal Cove State Park. The state is hoping to generate about $1 million each year in park-use revenues from camping, day use and special events.
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