If you are planning a stay at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park near Goldsboro, N.C., you’ll notice some big changes at the family campground.
According to the Goldsboro News-Argus, renovations on existing campsites began June 1 and are expected to be completed by Nov. 1. In addition, three cabins were added to the campgrounds.
“We had 34 campsites to begin with,” said Cliffs Superintendent Ed Wilkerson. “We have 15 sites total that have been improved. Twelve of those have been upgraded to have dedicated wastewater, water and electricity.
“The division’s goal was to expand the camping facilities so they are more attractive to RV campers, because they are looking for the amenities such as electricity and water.”
The tent sites that were not renovated all have shared water and access to the park’s dump station.
But the biggest change is the addition of three cabins in the family campground. They have water and electricity, but no wastewater. Cabin campers will have to use the existing bathhouse.
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