Gulf Islands National Seashore offers visitors plenty to do during the year, from camping and swimming to exploring old military forts and biking or walking along the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico.
But the cost of doing those activities rose last month as fees increased for entrance to the park. The new fees took effect June 14.
“It’s been a long time since we’ve raised them,” Gulf Islands National Seashore Deputy Superintendent Steve McCoy said.
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