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Camp sites at Fort Lincoln State Park south of Mandan that normally are hosting campers this time of year are still quiet and empty.
Flooding at the park has workers scrambling to get the sites ready in time for a delayed opening now planned for May 15.
A well-built campfire can cook up a lot more than ambiance, wieners and marshmallows.
You can spend big bucks on stone or metal fire pits, but it’s not necessary. Done right, a simple stone-ringed fire can cook up entire meals, from back-to-the-woods basics like pork and beans, to more complicated stuffed roasts, pizzas, even cakes.
By Pervaiz Shallwani, The Associated Press
, May 02, 2009
Most state parks with year-round staffing offer full camping services, including electrical hookups, campground water, hot showers and camping cabins through the end of September. Selected parks provide electrical hookups throughout the year. Most state park campgrounds will discontinue campsite water service by the end of September and at some, comfort stations and waste stations will be closed. In the event of freeze warnings, water lines may be shutoff earlier.
The Roaming Buffalo Camping Club will camp and meet Friday through Sunday at the Leonard and Cindy Willey residence. There will be a highway cleanup at 10 a.m. Saturday and a meeting and potluck dinner a 6 that evening.
The Stutsman County Park Board Tuesday approved new policies written by the campground committee. Stutsman County will use the state’s interagency senior pass that allows seniors a 50 percent discount on camping fees and allow the concessionaires to keep 100 percent of the fee. Laura Freutel, concessionaire at Pelican Point, said she only had two senior campers in 2007.
Pelican Point will post written policies, including a minimal rental of two nights which the concessionaire can waive at her discretion, check in time of 4 p.m. and checkout at 11 a.m., no smoking or sun seeds in cabins, four-wheelers and golf carts must be licensed and driven by licensed drivers and camping fees of $10 per night for primitive camping and cabins fees of $20 per night, $112 for seven days or $224 for 14 days.
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