Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Gas prices spark rise in California campground fees

Fees are increasing at many private and state campgrounds around the Lake Tahoe Basin in part because of the high price of gasoline.

"The cost of running the parks is going up," said Hayden Sohm, Sierra District superintendent for California State Parks. "You've probably seen the price of gas and propane. All those fixed costs are going up. The only way to keep parks open is to increase our fees, bottom line." Full Story...





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