Cedars of Lebanon State Park in Lebanon, Tenn., is currently working on more than $2 million in renovations that are scheduled to be completed by May.

According to the Lebanon Democrat, the renovations include a federally funded project to get 14 facilities on the site up to code with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Several sites will receive paved parking areas and sidewalks for wheelchairs, as well as a new mile-long trail accessible to people with disabilities.

“For somebody that’s in a mobile wheelchair, or whatever really, it makes it a little bit easier for them,” said Wayne Ingram, the park’s director.

There is also about $2 million in campground renovations currently underway to update the electrical and water systems, as well as replace old bathrooms with new ones.

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