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Expect to pay more to visit and camp at Death Valley National Park

Starting Saturday, you’ll pay a bit more to enter and stay at Death Valley National Park. Visitor fees rise to $25 per vehicle, and campsites will cost $16 to $36, according to a park news release. The park, which hasn’t raised fees since 2006, says the extra money will be used for education programs,...
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