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Revenue bonds to fund Big Lake campground improvements
03/31/2022

(KLZA)-- $1.7 million in revenue bonds will be used by The Missouri State Parks to convert 28 campsites at Big Lake State Park to full-service sites.

The Mound City News reports the monies will be used to connect the campsites to sewer, electricity and water. The plans for the project are being completed now.

Overall there will be 76 campsites available at the park.

The revenue bonds will be used to repair damage to the wastewater system in the park due to flooding.

The sites with 30-amp service are currently $23 per night and sites with 50-amp service are $25 per night. Basic sites with no services are $13 per night.

Once the project is completed, it is anticipated the 50-amp service with water service will be $37 per night.

The pool and pool house were severely damaged by the flooding and currently it is expected the pool will be replaced with a splash pad playground.

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