Dan Higginbotham is the caretaker and point of contact for picnic, pavilion, and campsite reservations for premium weekends
(Easter, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day).
The new electric gate and camera system is working. The keys will no longer work and members will have to utilize the key fob in order to gain access to the park. It will record your entrance and exit.
Here is how you obtain a key fob:
First, you must be a Benevolent Fund member. Next, if you have a current key you must present the key in order to obtain a fob, free of charge. If you lost your key or never had a key, then you will need to pay a $10 deposit for the fob. Members will be required to sign for the fob, as well as the new Park rules.
Then the member will be issued one (1) fob. The SAPOA will have FOBS available at their office.