Phone System Down at Julian Price Campground
The phone system at JP Campground, MP 296.9, is currently out of order. Please refer to recreation.gov to make or change any reservations. For additional questions please refer to the camping opportunities section of our website. More »
ONE LANE TRAFFIC CONTROL, MP 241 - 242.4
REMINDER: Roadwork continues in a one-mile section of Parkway, commonly known as Ice Rock, from MP242.4 at Alligator Back Parking Area to MP241. The project involves twenty-four-hour, one-lane traffic control until November 1, 2014.
Parkway Announces Business Opportunity at Otter Creek
Contact: Laura Nelson, 828-348-3407
The National Park Service (NPS) has issued a prospectus for a concessions business opportunity at Otter Creek, along the Blue Ridge Parkway. This prospectus is seeking offers for a 10-year concession contract to provide Camping, Food and Beverage, and Retail Services at Otter Creek.
A prospectus describing the business opportunity and the terms and conditions of the concession contracts is available on the NPS website at http://concessions.nps.gov/prospectuses.htm.
To request a hard copy of the prospectus to be delivered via Federal Express, send a check for $50.00, payable to the National Park Service, to Mark Morgan, Commercial Services Specialist, National Park Service, Southeast Regional Office, AFC, 1924 Building, 100 Alabama Street, SW, Atlanta, GA 30303. Please include a physical address (no post office box) and telephone number. You may also pick up a printed copy at the Superintendent's Office at Blue Ridge Parkway Headquarters for $45.00 (checks only). No telephone requests for the prospectuses will be honored.
A site visit to view the facilities is scheduled for Friday, June 1, 2012.Please submit any questions regarding the Otter Creek prospectus to Mark Morgan, in writing, by Friday, June 29, 2012.
All offers must be received by the NPS no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, August 24, 2012, in order to be considered for an award of a concession contract.
Did You Know?
The Parkway is carried across streams, railway ravines and cross roads by 176 bridges and six viaducts.