A camping spa for folks seeking a relaxing break is taking shape at the popular Pismo Beach Resort in western California.
The Camp Hill Pa. campground is scheduled to open in the spring and will feature amenities including waterfalls, a water slide and a beach pavilion.
A $25 million investment is underway for the project.
The $25-million campground will open in spring, according to a release.
The resort, in the coastal city of Pismo, is in the midst of a $1 billion modernization project to upgrade its mainstay amenities and improve safety.
“The resort is committed to making Camp Hill PA a world-class destination, and Camp Hill pa will be a destination that the entire community will want to be a part of,” Camp Hillpa owner John Bockland said in a statement.
“I am very excited about this new addition to the Camp Hill family.”
The Camp Hill Campground, located at Pismo on the Pismo Island chain, is the first of several additions to Camp Hill, which will include the Camping Spa and a spa on the beach.
A recent report by the California Coastal Commission said the resort could receive a $2 million boost in federal funds.
The Pismo beach campground and resort will be adjacent to the California Coastline Recreation Area and will provide lodging, dining, recreation and other amenities, according the release.
The Pismo campground, with a capacity of about 3,500, is also scheduled to include swimming and boating, and a water park.
Camp Hillpa, which opened in 2012, opened its first resort in 2009.
The resort features a resort-like setting, complete with a large swimming pool and a large lake, a sandy beach and a campfire.
Pismo Beach is the home of Camp Hill Resort, a $25M campground planned for Camp Hill.
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