The DNR "is seeking public input to identify which campgrounds should be considered for closure or management by others." A questionnaire will be posted on the DNR's web site until close of business, Sept. 14, 2009, to gather info.
I've only camped in four State Forest Campgrounds, but I hate to see any of them close. However, in the current economic climate, I doubt the DNR has any choice but to cut back anywhere possible.
Cuts frome the state general fund, a general public that doesn't want to pay higher fees and a State Legislature that is slow to come up with alternate funding equals less COs, less biologists, less campgrounds, less fish surveys, less survice.
If people concentrated on the real important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles.