Saturday, November 08, 2008

campground owners cry foul over business lost to Park Service

Naples Daily News - Naples,FL,USA
NAPLES — Tensions are heating up between the National Park Service and Everglades City area campground businesses.

Campground owners say the park service is unfairly undercutting them with low rates and improved hook-ups for deluxe RVs in the Big Cypress National Preserve along U.S. 41 East.

“I think we’ve got what might be kind of a crisis situation,” Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee owner Kenny Brown said.

Collier County Commissioner Jim Coletta is asking commissioners Nov. 18 to approve a resolution urging the park service to “utilize standard operational and management techniques to ensure fair and balanced competition.”
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