How the Park Service spent the summer

They're getting serious about keeping the vehicles off the side of the road at Maho Bay beach.  A contracrtor is installing "traffic control devices" along Maho Bay Road, according to Mark Hardgrove, the Park superintendent.  

Other projects completed by the Park during the summer include:

  • Paving and striping of North Shore road
  • Reconstruction of the National Park Service dock at Red Hook
  • Repairs at Catherineberg to restore falling arches, walls, and steps.  It took masons three months to complete the job. Next will be adding explanatory signs to help visitors appreciate the significance of the ruins.
  • Reconstruction of the Maho Bay Pavilion including re-roofing.   Rest rooms were also added, as well as picnic tables, and grills. The Pavilion will be available for events by reservation.

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