John Boyd Thacher State Park, about three hours north of New York City, was one of 41 state parks that were shut in an effort to save money as the state faced a $9.2 billion budget deficit.

John Boyd Thacher State Park, about three hours north of New York City, was one of 41 state parks that were shut in an effort to save money as the state faced a $9.2 billion budget deficit.

Sad to see a once blossoming State Park relegated to overgrowth and lack of maintenance. Go out, go camping, go hiking, support our State and National Parks—who knows, one day they might be developed to house humanrobots.

Check out a story on the subject here.

National Parks, America’s Best Idea

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