Friday, October 17, 2008

Deal near for Alabama campground

Times Daily - Florence,AL,USA
County commissioners are moving closer to signing a deed with a Reynolds Alloys employees' group that would allow the county to take over operation of a riverside campground in the east end of the county.

The commission has already signed an agreement with the group to take control of the campground, which is off Gargis Hollow Road.

The next step is to sign a deed that will place the property into the hands of the county government.

Commissioner Rex Burleson said the campground will be completely renovated. He cautioned, however, that the work could take four to five years to complete, maybe longer if current economic conditions continue.

The park has about 20 campsites with electrical hookups and a dump station. There is a large pavilion, rest rooms and a boat ramp.
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