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Construction at Cameron Park

Dean Sether, an engineer aide with the Department of Natural Resources, marks and stacks the location of two new holding ponds Tuesday at Cameron Park. The boat access will be closed through September; the new design has a larger boat ramp with t...

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Dean Sether, an engineer aide with the Department of Natural Resources, marks and stacks the location of two new holding ponds Tuesday at Cameron Park. The boat access will be closed through September; the new design has a larger boat ramp with two docks - the same size as the Nymore ramp - at the far north end of the parking lot. A turnabout will be added to divide the boat parking and the beach area. A separate landing will be added for unloading canoes and kayaks. Construction will begin today. When c...

Dean Sether, an engineer aide with the Department of Natural Resources, marks and stacks the location of two new holding ponds Tuesday at Cameron Park. The boat access will be closed through September; the new design has a larger boat ramp with two docks - the same size as the Nymore ramp - at the far north end of the parking lot. A turnabout will be added to divide the boat parking and the beach area. A separate landing will be added for unloading canoes and kayaks. Construction will begin today. When completed, the entire area will be paved. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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