National Park Service Extends Comment Period for Fee Increase Proposal

By | November 23, 2017

Visitors pay for a pass at the west entrance of Glacier National Park. Beacon File Photo

The Flathead Beacon reports that the National Park Service has extended the time the public can comment on proposed peak-season entrance fee increases at 17 popular national parks, including Glacier and Yellowstone. The deadline, originally scheduled for Nov. 23, has been extended to Dec. 22. More than 65,000 comments have already been received on the proposal, the agency said.

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