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Janis Mil...
I know many state parks allow dogs as long as they are leashed and you clean up. What are the rules for the national parks? Thanks jmilford
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Please refer to the National Park Service's website for specific details about visiting national parks with your pets. More information can be found by searching for individual parks on nps.gov.

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In Feb I was at Everglades & Big Cypress Ntl Parks. One of the visitor centers had a photo contest but I don't know which one. Help please?
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Hi Cindy,

The employees at the Park would be able to assist you more accuratley. The number for Everglades Headquarters is (305) 242-7700 and the number for Big Cypress is (239) 695-1201. We hope you find what you are looking for. Thanks!

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