I have been camping here since I was a child and when there where openings we took our children here and now I take my grandchildren here. I work very hard every day and I have wanted to have a permanent site for the past 5 or 6 years. We finally got one after of course following all the channels. Put your name on a wait list and wait. We still continued to camp when availability would allow us to. Finally I got what I wanted to do since moving out of town. I got my sight so I could spend more time with my family and our eldest son who all live in the surrounding areas. I busted my ass to buy my self a camper even during this bad recession and now I am told that I will have to move in 2-5 years because they are getting rid of the permanent sites. I can not tell you how upset this makes me. Them sites have been there since I starting coming as a kid so why now? This doesn't seem to be a smart move. I work in the hotel industry and I understand change but if the county needs more sites to rent them why not add more. There is plenty of property for them to make more regular sites. I know before we got our site it is hard to get a regular site for the weekend. My aunt and uncle where told there was nothing open until August. The sites around the circle are huge you can fit two campers on most of them. Split them in half. I just don't understand why get rid of the permanent sites. Yes I understand that some of them are a little extravagant so make people down size. Make standards for all sites. What size shed your allowed/what size deck your allowed and anything else that would be permit-ed by the counties approval. I understand that some people live there but then they should be paying extra for the extra electric and the extra water they use. I just don't think this is a smart idea from the county. If they need more money add more sites. Leave the permanent sites. Every campground has an area of sites for permanent campers. Leave the permanent sites alone just limit it to the small circle like it has been for many years. Stop just adding more and more people just any where. I love the Marsh. It is quiet and you don't have to worry about the children playing. I love the tower that was built-actually I was thinking of adding my dad's name to it who passed away last September. I won't give up and I hope that they county will see this is a bad move on their part.
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