Friday, October 09, 2009

Connecticut Doubles Fees For State Parks

MADISON — - Lawrence Hart and Tom Gilbride are both staying at Hammonasset Beach State Park and Campground. And they are definitely not happy campers.

They're angry over the doubling of park entry and camping fees that went into effect Oct. 1.

The increase, adopted by the legislature in an effort to boost revenue, means that Hart, a retiree from Waterbury who has been camping with his wife and friends at the oceanside park for 18 years, spending much of the summer there in his RV, will be paying $30 a night to stay there. The camping fee had been $15 a night.

Gilbride, 59, a visitor from New York who has been pitching a tent at the park with his wife and friends each season for 20 years or so, will pay $40 a night because he's not a Connecticut resident.
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