Army Corps Nashville to resume regional recreation area fees
NASHVILLE (AP) — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District will resume collecting fees next week at day-use recreation areas in its multistate region.
The district said in a news release that the fee collections will be back in place on Oct. 8 after they were suspended earlier this year when COVID-19 precautions caused the closure of the recreation areas.
Fees are collected at some day-use parks and boat launching ramps, and for camping and special use permits for events, facilities and activities.
The district touches seven states and covers 59,000 square miles (152,810 square kilometers).
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