For Immediate Release: 6/2/2015
Park Repairs Nimbus Flat - Folsom Lake State Recreation Area
FOLSOM, Calif. – California State Parks will be making Americans With Disability Act (ADA) improvements to the restrooms and parking lots at the Nimbus Flat unit of Folsom Lake State Recreation Area. The park will remain open to the public; however portions of the parking lots, the restrooms and launch ramps will be closed from June 1, 2015 through August 31, 2015.
During improvement work chemical toilets will be provided adjacent to the existing restroom buildings. Alternate launching and lake access for Lake Natoma is available at the Negro Bar and Willow Creek park entrances.
The area is being renovated to meet current ADA accessibility standards for our restrooms and parking lots. Within a few months, there will be improved access to our park facilities. Park Superintendent Richard Preston stated, “We hope our visitors can excuse this inconvenience while these necessary improvements are being completed”.
For questions regarding this project please contact California State Parks at (916) 988-0205.
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