EL PASO – Work began this month on the Franklin Mountains State Park visitor’s center.
The visitor’s center will include park information, offices for the park administration, retail space, a classroom building, and interpretive material on the park’s natural and cultural history.
The $6.5 million facility will be on the west side of the mountain in the Tom Mays Unit on Transmountain Rd.
Currently, the park’s full-time staff of eight works out of a small building in McKelligon Canyon.
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