Did I see that someone said that all campsites have gone to reservation only, or did I imagine this? Can someone please clarify. I want to drive up Friday evening after I finish work, but won't get there until close to 10 p.m. All my years there, I've been able to swing through and grab an empty site. Is this still possible? I am in desperate need of time on the LMF.
LMFRF Board meeting is Saturday evening. I ma sure there will be a few of us up there. Magick and I plan on going.
What time is the meeting? Thanks. Also, there was a guy with a lab at EH the last hour of the day, Saturday. He was throwing sticks into the river, though, for his dog to chase. You might need to teach him furry etiquette around the area if he is back this weekend:)
I’m really hoping Aaron wasn’t lying to Pat and the log stops come out early.
The golf course has had a tournament every Saturday in September, high school tournament today, another tournament this Saturday then we will be aerating next week then I start spraying fairways. I’m ready for the end of October and November.
Last Edit: Oct 2, 2019 11:43:47 GMT -6 by turfdawg
I talked with one of the ladies at the check-in area and she told me that they have no official word as to when the tent sites (and all others) will go to 100% online reservation. It sounds like it will most likely be a mess if they don't put a firm date on it with enough advance notice to get the word out and signs up in the tent areas that can hold the "Reserved" cards like in the RV areas.
In light of all that is currently going on I was curious about the park and so I looked up the Facebook page and here is what was posted Thursday:
COVID-19 Update - While we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close our park lodges, nature centers, group camps, dining halls and community buildings to future visits through April 15th, park cabins, campgrounds and RV sites - as well as outdoor public spaces and restrooms - will remain open at this time.
Park staff has been working to continuously clean throughout the day, focusing on high-traffic areas and high-touch surfaces.
Many of us already know polite social distancing while fly fishing means leaving a nice stretch of water both upstream and down between yourself and the other fisherperson.
It also means getting out of the house and up on the water in some fresh air and sunshine so as to alleviate the cooped up scene going on at home.
And while you are there in the park you can visit a park restroom facility and steal toilet paper rolls from the stall dispensers to take home since you won't find it anywhere else.