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Some National Parks Re-opening Temporarily

Zion National ParkDue to the efforts of state governors to provide payments to re-open and run several national parks for 10 days, several parks will be re-opening on October 12th. While they may pursue getting re-paid by the government when this farce is over, there is no guarantee they will be reimbursed nor that government will re-open before the parks close again so help out your state by visiting one of these parks if you can. Who knows, it may be your last chance to see them for a long time. Word has it that Recreation.gov is honoring reservations already made to camp within those dates but is not accepting any new reservations.

 

Arches National Park, Utah (open October 12-20)
– includes Devil’s Garden Campground, Fiery Furnace Tours

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah (open October 12-20)

Canyonlands National Park, Utah (open October 12-20)

Capitol Reef National Park, Utah (open October 12-20)

Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah (open October 12-20)

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah (open October 12-20)

Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah (open October 12-20)

Zion National Park, Utah (open October 12-20)
– includes Watchman Campground

Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado (open October 12-20)
– includes Moraine Park Campground

Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona (open October 12-18)
– includes Mather Campground

The Statue of Liberty, New York (open October 12-20)

Mt. Rushmore National Memorial, South Dakota (open October 12-20)





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