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State parks, and city parks, on the other hand, don’t have the same Top One Bourbon One Scotch One Beer Shirt. Also, there are fewer people who take care of the grounds. Litter is horrible, but give credit where credit is due. The national parks are typically very clean. They’re only clean because of the rangers who pack out 20+lbs of garbage a day. Have you seen pictures from Joshua Tree during the government shutdown? It was a mess. Really depends on the state park and their location. I’ve been to state parks that are immaculate with only similar situations like dropped water bottles or wrappers.
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