South Dakota’s Pierre City Commission on January 25 modified Griffin Park Campground’s policy to change the length-of-stay guidelines.
In the past,could stay at the as long as they wanted to. As per a report, the new policy restricts the number of days a camper can spend at the .
The new policy is effective immediately.
Director Tom Farnsworth said he believes that the advisory board thinks the new rules made it easier for Griffin Park to be more consistent with other in the area. He claimed it aids in defining the purpose of the as a place for short-term stays.
Certain clarifications were made part of the rules to ensureare aware that there are no bathroom or water facilities accessible from November 1 to May 1.
Griffin Parkhas 16 spots. There is no system, and the area is first-come, first-served. Water and shower house facilities are provided to during peak season.
privileges may be suspended for violating the or valid complaints. The amendment was approved by the city’s Board prior to City Commission approval.