Wild West town site gets tamed

Wild West town site gets tamed

Owners of historic Eureka put an end to ‘renegade’ camping
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The Sunnyside Mill can be seen through an old window frame left over from when the town of Eureka was a bustling mining town northeast of Silverton. The site has been turned into a campground.
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Three pictures together show the historic mining town of Eureka, which now is a campground.
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Dan and Tracy Kaderabek with their daughter Elle, 13, talk about their experience camping in the Eureka Campground northeast of Silverton.
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Jack McNutt, the campground host at the Eureka Campground northeast of Silverton, talks about the site.
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The Eureka Campground northeast of Silverton traditionally has been a free area to camp, but now campers must pay a daily fee.
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If you go

The Eureka Campground is eight miles from Silverton on San Juan County Road 2. There is no telephone at the campground. Information is available from Terri Brokering at 618-3913.

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