Friday, November 14, 2008

Paul Wolff Campground to Double Campsites

The Courier News - Elgin,IL,USA
RUTLAND TOWNSHIP -- It could be as early as next summer when area camping enthusiasts aren't falling over one another to stake a claim at the Paul Wolff Forest Preserve northwest of Elgin.

Officials have decided to double the capacity of the campground -- on Big Timber Road -- to about 100 sites, and the Kane County Board on Wednesday dedicated almost $102,000 in land-cash funds for the improvements.

With a total cost of about $400,000, according to district officials, the project not only will add campsites but also will provide new infrastructure such as parking, restrooms, and water and electric hookups, according to the application for land-cash dollars. Fifteen campsites will be relocated to secluded, wooded areas.

"This one right now is our only operating adult or family campground," said KCFPD Executive Director Monica Meyers in a telephone interview. "For the last couple of years, we've been pretty much booked on all the holidays and warm-weather weekends."
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