Wawona Campground Site Accessibility Enhancement

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This project will modify four campsites (67, 69, 70, and 89) in loop C of the Wawona Campground to enhance accessibility. Each site will be equipped with accessible food storage lockers, fire rings, wooden picnic tables with galvanized steel frames, attached bench seating, and extended accessible table tops.

The accessibility enhancements will also include installation of a hardened campsite surface in campsites #89 and #67 to stabilize the campsite surface and improvements to the path of travel from the accessible restroom to the campsites. Decomposed granite will be used as surface material for the two added accessible pathways from campsites #89 and #67 to the accessible bathroom (building 4067). The project will also involve removing the underutilized campsite platforms to allow campers the freedom to place their tent wherever they would like, adding decomposed granite accessible parking pads (sites #89 and #67), and relocating camp site #89 closer to the accessible bathroom.

The accessible pathways are 4 feet wide and approximately 50 to 60 feet long and 3 inches deep depending on the grade.