County officials said they will look into an overcrowding problem at the county's popular Chester Frost Park.
Commissioner Mitch McClure said he was advised there were 1,500 people at the park's beach on Memorial Day, and an ambulance was unable to get to an injured person. He said the person had to be carried out on a stretcher.
Commissioner Fred Skillern noted that the county a couple of years ago raised fees at the park for camping and use of certain facilities.
He said he was told that eliminated the problem of overcrowding for the pay areas.
But he said, "We still have overcrowding in the free areas."
There was discussion of adding fees for parking and/or admission to the park.