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More National Park Campground And Facilities Closures

Late Afternoon Storm Clouds And Sunlight Over The Painted Hills

Afternoon storm clouds and sunlight over the Painted Hills Unit, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, in Oregon

Hey folks, if you are considering a national park, national monument, national recreation area, national historic site visit anytime soon, you might want to check out the latest article in the National Parks Traveler, with a list of more campground and facilities closures.

To read the article, click on the image above.

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Park Superintendents Given Authority To Manage Coronavirus – Facilities Closing

Morning In The Park

If you are planning a trip soon (this weekend, next month, next two months) to a national park, then you’ll want to read the article just published by the National Parks Traveler. Park Superintendents have finally been given authority to do as they see fit regarding the best way to try and prevent the spread of coronavirus in the national parks. As such, many visitor facilities, shuttle systems, and entrance stations are closing, and concessionaire-led activities are also being canceled.

To read the article, click on the image above.

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