ASHEVILLE, N.C. — It will cost a little more to spend the night under the stars or admire a tumbling waterfall in the Pisgah and Nantahala national forests at the start of the New Year.
But on a positive note, visitors should see more amenities for their money.
Starting Jan. 1, the U.S. Forest Service will increase fees at 24 recreation sites, including campgrounds such as Cheoah Point, Horse Cove and Tsali, and popular day use areas such as Whitewater Falls and Jackrabbit Beach. For sites that are seasonally closed, fee increases will take effect on opening day.
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