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Port-O-Potties Provided at Camp Site

April 11, 2006 – The Department of Planning and Natural Resources and the State Historic Preservation Office informs the camping community at the Salt River site that four port-o-potties have been provided for use during the Easter break.
Campers are strongly advised not to move these facilities because any displacement of them will result in them not being serviced and eventually removed, according to the press release from DPNR.
Salt River campers are asked to abide by the rules and regulations and are wished a peaceful Easter vacation by the department.

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April 11, 2006 - The Department of Planning and Natural Resources and the State Historic Preservation Office informs the camping community at the Salt River site that four port-o-potties have been provided for use during the Easter break.
Campers are strongly advised not to move these facilities because any displacement of them will result in them not being serviced and eventually removed, according to the press release from DPNR.
Salt River campers are asked to abide by the rules and regulations and are wished a peaceful Easter vacation by the department.