Curtailing campers

Rubin, Rita; Hannon, Kerry
February 1993
U.S. News & World Report;2/22/93, Vol. 114 Issue 7, p68
Reports that due to a budget deficit for the National Park Service, services at most of the nation's 367 campsites will be cut, with trails and campsites closed, park hours shortened and staffs shrunk. The belt tightening varies by park; Example of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Oklahoma; Entrance fees; How to find out more information.


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