Monday, August 25, 2008

Construction Begins on California Costal Campground

Los Angeles Times-August 25, 2008
Two years after El Morro Village was finally vacated, construction has begun on the state's first new coastal campground in decades.

All that's left of the 295 seaside trailers just north of Laguna Beach, once festooned with flowerpots and tidy patios, are some crumbling concrete slabs. And memories.

Dump trucks and earthmovers are scraping across 35 acres of canyon and beach, transforming the funky little enclave that was El Morro Village into Southern California's first coastal campground in two decades.

Plans for the new El Moro Campground -- spelled with one "r" -- include 60 campsites, 200 day-use parking spaces, hiking trails, picnic areas, a restored Moro Creek and an amphitheater.

Construction is estimated to take 18 months to two years with the campground to open by summer 2010.
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