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Change in Admission Rules at Zion National Park

Change in Admission Rules at Zion National Park



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(KSL News) Another popular spot when the weather's nice is Zion National Park. But changes to admission may keep some people away.

Park officials increased vehicle entrance fee by about $5, and are phasing out a policy that allowed residents of nearby Hurricane and Kanab to pass through the park for free. Residents can still buy a sticker that allows the privilege.

The park increased fees to pay for maintenance and improvements to facilities.

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