The Fifteen Mile Creek Campground is in the process of getting a facelift. According to signs on the work site at the downstream end of the campground, the Maryland DNR is putting its funds to work in order to create a new-and-improved facility. We were told at Bill’s Place that the present camping area will be utilized for parking, while the newly cleared land will be used by future campers upon its completion. The main issue of the restructuring is that the present boat ramp’s location forces boaters to park in the river bed, and pollution from motor vehicles, such as gasoline and oil, is a potential problem. The campground is a popular destination for fishermen and campers, and it will be interesting to catch a glimpse of the new facility when it has been completed.