Saturday, December 27, 2008

Koreshan State Park gets you in touch with nature

The News-Press - Fort Myers,FL,USA
The beauty and diversity of the Koreshan State Park is not limited by its history as the spot where a utopian communal colony thrived a century ago.

It has a wonderful campground that accommodates a wide array of outdoor enthusiasts' interests and provides a way to get back in touch with nature.

Camping is also a way to temporarily lose our technological dependence on computers and TV and enjoy the simple things in life - like conversation around the camp fire and fishing in a river.

At Koreshan there are 60 campsites. All of the sites offer water and electric hookups. The campground has dense vegetation, located among oak scrub along the Estero River in the northern boundary of the Park.

Campfires are permitted on individual campsites as long as the fire is contained to the fire ring, which is located towards the back of every site. Picnic tables are also on every site.

Pets are permitted in the park and in the campground if they are supervised, cleaned up after and kept on a leash at all times.

A full facility bathhouse is located in the center of the campground that is accessible from a number of paved and non-paved pathways.

For motor home and RV campers we have a dump station that accommodates their septic needs.
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