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I missed a little bit. This post has gone way off topic. In some ways bad, but in some ways good. The original idea was to have a very small amount of tent camp sites in Bradley park and to try and think of ideas to make it work. For the purpose of me having a place to go camping where I don't have to look at my neighbors. Which would include: no cutting of virign pine, having sites on the inside of the peninsula close to the entrance of the park, having maybe five sites max, posting a sign with large fine amounts for exceding the recomended total vehicle length(and kicking said people out at all hours of the night), making it impossible for large rvs to fit, police patroling the park every night (which they already do), and on and on and on and on... Not to think of ideas of how this wouldn't work. However, all sides of the story must be heard as it is only fair. Also, I forgot to mention that an RV dump station is only a couple blocks away on the way out.
Box plant island would be awsome for camping. Is it possible to get a permit to put an outhouse on an island that low? I do believe that it has to be pumped once a year. How will that get done? I know, I will put up a volunteer sign up sheet with some buckets. Deb will you head up this project for us? A bridge to box plant island, not so awsome. It is going to cost some major dough to construct a bridge high enough for boats to go under. A lot of boaters use this route as there is a large rock bar on the north side of the island. Further more, if allowing camping west of Sara park do you plan on kicking out the fire dept. A lot goes on there for fire school. Can anybody tell me where the next closest fire school is. A lot of surronding fire departments are small, and use the training that they get at Tomahawk fire school more that you will ever know. I believe that it does save lives. Where would they put their extra equipment that is stored down there? Could the fire department be put some where else? I here there are 22 acres just north of town with someone who is delinquent on their payments to the city. Dig a pond for water, put up a building for equipment, perfecto. Who is going to pay to move the dog park? I am sure one way or another, IT WILL COST THE CITY to move that thing. In case you haven't figured it out yet, I would be opposed to putting rv camping in west of Sara park. Why not put it on county land close to Tomahawk? How many thousands of acres of county land are there south of hwy "O"? How many thousands of acres of county forest land are there in Harrison? Howmany thousands of acres of county forest land are there by hwy "T"? How many thousands of acres of county forest land are there north and south of hwy 8? If you want "social camping" I say that we clear cut a couple 40's. One for rvs and the one next door for tent's. A third 40 can be for a more rustic tent or small motor home or popup with sites that have at least a 100' feet between them and with trees. If you build it near Tomahawk, they will come to town. I really think that this should be an option.
Camping doesn't have to be a buisness. The purpose of this thread is so that I can go camping close to Tomahawk and not have to look at my neighbors tent or whatever. This is my thread I can say what the purpose was.
Whatever though, I would rather see off topic comments that I don't like vrs. no comments at all.
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