Blue Hole On Chopping Block?

County Debating Status Of Popular Swimming Hideaway

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Posted: June 11, 2014

Swimmers cool off Monday during a sunny afternoon at Blue Hole, a popular swimming spot on the Dry River in Rawley Springs. Rockingham County’s Board of Supervisors will consider the future of the property at its next meeting, citing difficulties with issues that include trash and trespassing. (Photos by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Empty beer cans and bottle tops litter a rock Monday at the popular Blue Hole swimming hole in Rawley Springs. Rockingham County Supervisor Bill Kyger is looking at options regarding the site because it is becoming a “nuisance and liability for the county,” he said.

HARRISONBURG — Blue Hole, Rockingham County’s perpetual pool problem, is once again in the public’s eye.

County Administrator Joe Paxton, during the May 28 Board of Supervisors meeting, brought...



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