That's quite likely. It's ancient and in order to replace it they would have to rip up everything, replace pedestals, and ensure that there is enough service coming into the mains to provide enough power. That would entail lots of downtime and loss of revenue. Couple that with the fact the NPS has Xantera's hands tied as to revenue and it's a no-win solution. Add in the fact that the park service has steadily been "greening" things and it doesn't look likely that it'll get fixed anytime too soon. The park is undersized and under plumbed. Ideally a dozer would come in and they could start over. Having a nice modernized park inthat location would be a huge draw.
Mark & Leann Quasius
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