More power, better restrooms and new visitor centers – Oregon parks to get major upgrades

The Kam Wah Chung museum in John Day is among the state park sites scheduled for major improvements next year. (Oregon State Parks and Recreation Department)

The electrical system at Beverly Beach State Park on the Oregon coast hasn’t kept pace with the ever-growing size of RVs pulling into the campground.

When a circuit blows, repairs aren’t easy.

“You can’t just go fix one site,” said Jered Mangini, park manager. “You have to turn off power for from six to 10 sites, part . . .