SeanReedy wrote:Pinnacles National Park is awaiting President Obama's signature:
Bubba Suess wrote:The increase in stature, geographic diversity and ability to absorb visitors would be more comensurate with park status. As it is, it will remain a monument in all but name. It is a done deal though, since I doubt O would veto the bill. If you like climbing at pinnacles, get ready for crowds.
lcarreau wrote:Pets ARE allowed in the San Gorgonio, but must be kept under control at all times.
simonov wrote:lcarreau wrote:Pets ARE allowed in the San Gorgonio, but must be kept under control at all times.
Yes, because it's still part of a National Forest, not a National Park.
simonov wrote:My impression of the difference between National Forests and National Parks is there are a lot more regulations in the latter. For example, no dogs on trails in National Parks (at least here out west).
So you want more than a minor alteration to the name?
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