State seeks operator for Porcupine Creek State Recreation Site
(Wasilla, AK) – The Division of Parks & Outdoor Recreation is offering an opportunity for eligible applicants to submit proposals for the operation of the Porcupine Creek State Recreation Site under an exclusive commercial-use permit. Operations will include maintaining the facility along with collecting camping and other fees. The permit will have an initial two-year term, renewable for an additional five years by mutual agreement.
The Porcupine Creek State Recreation Site is located near Milepost 64 of the Tok Cutoff near Nabesna. The park includes 12 campsites, 2 vaulted restrooms, fee station, hand-pump well, bulletin board and fireplaces. The park has been managed under a competitive commercial use permit since 1999. There is no electricity, running water or public telephones at the site.
Copies of the proposal packet and permit application are available at the Mat-Su/Copper Basin Area Office located at 7278 East Bogard Road in Wasilla and at the Directors Office at 550 West 7th Ave., Suite 1380 in Anchorage or on the web at http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/misc/rfpcomoptwin2016.pdf.
Proposals must be received at the Mat-Su/Copper River Basin Office no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, April 11.
CONTACT: Wayne Biessel, 907-745-8935, email@example.com