Saturday, February 23, 2008

Custer National Forest plans boost in fees, less service

To save money in its recreation budget, meet national standards and offset maintenance costs, the Custer National Forest is proposing to raise some campground fees, add fees at other sites and close down some facilities.

The proposals are part of the forest's Recreation Facilities Analysis, which all forests are undertaking to save money and concentrate their efforts on more popular sites.

Nationally, the program has drawn criticism for removing recreation sites despite increasing demand for campgrounds and facilities, as well as for charging fees to enter some public lands.
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