The facilities plan was recently finalized June 2019 to more comprehensively address the annual flooding problems that occur in the day-use and camping areas of the park. The plan moves existing facilities that flood onto higher ground to better protect natural and cultural resources. It was developed over the course of one year beginning in 2018 and included outreach and conversation between the public, stakeholders, and State Parks staff. The report was prepared by J.A. Brennan, Landscape Architects & Planners with Davido Consulting Group, Landau Associates, Rolluda Architects, Stantec, and The Watershed Company. The document is attached below and broken down into several sections to make it easier for you to download. The report is already being used to support an on-going Capital project that seeks to move campsites at Schafer State Park in the next several years.