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I love the parks - be it National, State, or local - parks are a terrific place to spend time in the outdoors.
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Manti-LaSal National Forest, Vallecito Reservoir, Utah, Bicycling, Boating, Health & Fitness, Caving, Camping, Climbing, Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Hunting, Off Highway Vehicles, Picnicking, Regional Activities
10 years ago
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Is there a way to turn these hash and trash people that leave there garbage behind?

Is there a reward?

Maybe this will help stop this?

I refer to all national forests and parks.

10 years ago
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10 years ago
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