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Lake Lurleen State Park

Capital Improvement Projects

 

The projects listed below were made possible by the Alabama Legislature restoring funds to the State Park Budget.  Other projects are in the planning stages and will be posted and updated as they become available.  This Webpage is intended to inform the public of the progress of these projects both ongoing and completed.  It is our intent to keep the public informed of how the renovations at their state park are progressing. 

 

  • Playground Equipment – Completed

 

Purchase of new playground equipment was made possible through a partnership between Lake Lurleen State Park, Nucor Steel and McAbee Construction Co.  Nucor Steel and McAbee Construction made a donation that was matched by various small donations to Lake Lurleen State Park through our Car Shows and special projects.  The State Parks Division matched these funds to purchase a new set of playground equipment for the little kids.  This playground equipment is being installed in an area adjoining the beach.  The equipment is installed, but wet weather has delayed the final ground work and fence installation.

 

Project Started February 2014

Completed June 2014

 

 

  • Campground Bathhouses – Completed

 

Campground bathhouses were not air conditioned for those hot and humid summer days.

We have installed AC units in each of the three bathhouses.  Mini-split heat pumps/AC units were selected for energy efficiency and to provide the guests with a more comfortable bathhouse experience.  Also with installing these new units new insulation will be added, a new ceiling in Bathhouse One and new roofs will be installed on all three bathhouses; making these bathhouses comfortable and more energy efficient.

 

Installation of AC/Heat Pump Unit – Bathhouses 1, 2 and 3

Project started March 2014

Completed March 2014

 

Roofs, ceiling and new insulation – Bathhouses 1, 2 and 3

Project Start Date – July 7, 2014

Completed – July 2014

 Additional Improvements Coming In Future