Mt. Carmel: Mt. Carmel Campground Visitation for Business
Melissa Billey, Project Manager – email@example.com
November 5, 2018
MT. CARMEL — The Mt. Carmel Campground Visit was held on Wednesday, October 10, 2018, from 4:00PM-6:00PM. The event began at McAllister’s Home Furnishings and More, and then traveled to the Mt. Carmel Campground. The event was led by Wilder Ferreira, Freshwater Coast Center for Rural Development. Wes McAllister, McAllister’s Home Furnishings and More, and Scott Hyatt, US Army Corps of Engineers, also spoke during the event.
Mt. Carmel Campground is an awesome opportunity. It sits on the J. Strom Thurmond Lake; and at 175 acres of land, this area is just waiting to have new life revitalized into it. Mt. Carmel Campground was closed in 2013. The Freshwater Coast Community Foundation (FCCF) and the US Army Corps of Engineers are looking for an entity to redevelop this area as a new Family Outdoor Center, an outdoor recreation area, or a resort style recreation area, but it must be relative to water-based recreation. The US Army Corps of Engineers will review proposals for the lease to see that they follow the master plan of outdoor recreation. The Mt. Carmel Campground just needs a new vision, which could be yours, to get use.
I toured the Mt. Carmel Campground during the visit and let me just say as an outdoors person and photographer, it is beautiful. I could have spent hours there just photographing the landscape and enjoying nature. I could easily picture family reunion picnics, weddings, fishing with the kids, or just sitting out under the stars relaxing in the evening at the Mt. Carmel Campground. It is truly a remarkable area with a gorgeous lake. Walking the property was even more relaxing. This is an awesome opportunity that could become a wonderful endeavor for the right person or people.
You can contact the US Army Corps of Engineers for more information about this opportunity. The contact information is, Scott Hyatt, Operations Project Manager, (864)333-1100, or you can email him at Scott.M.Hyatt2@usace.army.mil. You can also visit the US Army Corps of Engineers on the web at www.corpslakes.us/Thurmond.