Arizona’s Oracle Park May Add RV Sites & Cabins

February 13, 2018 by   - () Leave a Comment

Oracle State Park in Phoenix, Ariz., may see a $4 million renovation that would allow the park to stay open overnight and help keep it economically sustainable.

According to the Arizona Daily Star, the park currently has a net annual deficit of almost $300,000. The restoration would increase annual revenue by $1.2 million and create lodging for visitors.

“The expansion would add 30 RV sites, 20 cabins and 20 tent sites,” Patrick Ptak, spokesman for Gov. Doug Ducey’s office, told the Arizona Daily Star.

The project would also add a number of new hiking and biking trails and restore run-down cabins in the park.

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