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National Parks Traveler Reader Poll: Are Crowds In Parks A Concern?

The crowds at Laurel Falls in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Photo courtesy of the NPS.

Today’s edition of the National Parks Traveler has a reader poll for you to take, folks. The Traveler wants to know what you think about crowds in parks, and the choices from which you can choose to vote on are the same ones the National Park Service is mulling.

To take the poll, click on the image above.

I like polls. They allow me a choice and I can put my two cents in on what I think about things. So, why not take a moment to click on the image above and take the poll, then leave a comment at the bottom of the comment section of the poll.

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