Bryce Canyon Stays Open Through Government Shutdown
7 monthes ago - By Global Traveler
The U.S. government shutdown may have caused national parks nationwide to close, but Bryce Canyon isn't giving up, yet. Park services are limited, but the State Tourism Office, Garfield County Tourism and the Bryce Canyon Natural History Association are all providing funding as well as in-kind donations to keep the park and visitor's center open, including services for keeping the park restrooms and public spaces clean.
Since the Dec. 22, 2018, shutdown, many National Parks closed in Utah , including Zion. With the recent heavy snowfall and lack of services to keep park roads and paths...
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