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There has been much action this fall, meeting with service providers and exploring options to get things rolling for the 2022 camping season. Unfortunately, the existing well wouldn't be able to sustain the park in another drought year and the water infrastructure can not be saved after not being maintained properly for several years. Water tanks and pumps for individual sites were the best option and are on order. The infrastructure that can be saved is the power meters. Each site will have their own 100 Amp service power meter. Not many campgrounds have more than 15 or 30 Amps. Let's face it - For a big unit, 15 Amps just doesn't cut it.

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