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Forest Service plans upgrades to Montana campground

LIBBY, Mont. — Widened campsites and newer tables and toilets are among improvements planned for the McGillivray Campground located along the Koocanusa Reservoir in Kootenai National Forest, the Western News reported.

“We realized for a long time that the facility is aging and in need of better sites to meet future needs,” Malcolm Edwards, Libby district ranger, told the paper. “I believe people will be pleased with the upgrades we are working on.”

Edwards said there will be improved access and use for those with mobility issues, as well as boating, tent site and road upgrades. Construction is expected to begin after Labor Day and continue into next year.

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