(AP) - A
gateway, road improvements, trail shelters and additional campsites could be
in the future. Breaks Interstate Park
Those are some of the developments included in a proposed master plan being considered by park officials. According to media reports, the park is holding a meeting on today to distribute information and get public input about the plan before it is finalized next year.
The park, which encompasses 4,800 acres, lies on the Kentucky-Virginia border and is supported by both states.
Breaks Superintendent Austin Bradley says the plan reflects requests for more development on the
side of the park. Kentucky
The meeting will be held at the
in . Virginia