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NPS steps in, helps 2 Marin state parks avoid closure

Friday, October 7, 2011

imageIn a novel approach to help keep open two state parks in Marin County that would otherwise be shuttered, the National Park Service is stepping in to help. Starting Jan. 1, visitors to Muir Woods National Monument will pay a $2 fee on top of the $5 entry fee to help support Samuel P. Taylor State Park (pictured), the Marin IJ says. The plan announced yesterday also calls for Point Reyes National Seashore personnel to help staff nearby Tomales Bay State Park.
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