Document: Mark Twain National Forest Draft Five-Year Recreation Facility Strategy
The United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service has extended the public comment period on a draft of its five-year Recreation Facility Strategy for Mark Twain National Forest.
The public has until Oct. 17 to submit comments related to the plan, which outlines some of the changes the national forest is considering.
The Dry Fork Horse Camp, Pine Ridge Campground and Carrington Pits Picnic Site are some of the MTNF recreation sites near Fulton.
According to the draft plan, which can be found at bit.ly/3mGgYmK, the USDA is considering adding a host site at Pine Ridge for Pine Ridge and Dry Fork.
Costs associated with the campground projects include $6,750 for a septic system, water line and gravel parking pad, as well as $200 to replace the information board roof at Pine Ridge.
A camping fee is being considered