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It's a favorite pastime in the summer.
Camping.
And one campsite is getting ready for a very busy season.

(Sarah Gustin / sgustin@kxnet.com) "The sun is shining, warm weather is on it's way, and one campground is ready for more campers than ever before."
It's one of the hottest spots along the Missouri River.
nat This is the busiest this is where everyone wants to camp right now. 
Boaters aren't the only ones enjoying their time along the river.
(Tim Nilsen / Morton County Parks Dir.) "People come down here from all over. We have people come down here from as far as Alaska, but locally generations and generations come here. Very popular spot." 
Tim Nilsen is the Director of the Parks in Morton County.
This camping area has 27 electrical hookups.
Crews are working to add 20 more.
Nilsen says they are working to give campers a better experience..by planting trees, adding more hookups and moving the playground equipment to the middle of the ground.
(Tim Nilsen / Morton County Parks Dir.) "The outcry from the public was to expand and the commission has stepped up to the plate and we are dong it."
Nilsen says currents plans are to add 29 more hookups on the south side of the park by this fall.
Nilsen says they hope to have the first 20 additional hookups complete by this weekend or early next week.
He says they are also adding electrical service to Harmon Lake Recreation Area this spring. 
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