Utah Gov. Gary Herbert wired money from state taxpayers that will reopen the state’s national parks 12 days after they were closed because of the government shutdown.
The federal government shutdown that began early Tuesday morning is already affecting a popular spot for visitors.
You can visit your favorite national park this Saturday at no charge.
Death Valley National Park awaits adventurous souls with the perfect example of desolation at its finest. Though the park does have two areas that provide gasoline, try to eat and fuel up outside of the park whenever possible if you’re on a budget.
Gusty winds caused problems for boaters on Lake Mead yesterday afternoon.