Government Shutdown Could Affect Columbus Day Weekend Plans In NH

Sad that so many actually follow the law, its public land, go camping! En Mass

CBS Boston

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MANCHESTER, NH (CBS) – Campgrounds on federal land in New Hampshire’s White Mountains could shut down this week barring a last-minute deal.

More than 20 campsites that are privately run have contracts with the federal government to operate on public land in the White Mountains and despite being independently run even they will have to close unless there’s a last-minute deal.

“This is the time of year people like to come up with the beautiful color and it’s a special time of year,” said John French who visits the area every year from Stoneham, Massachusetts.

With fall foliage blooming, businesses like The Sunset Grill say this is a prime tourism weekend and with many campgrounds set to close, it will hurt their bottom line.

“It would really put a hurting on us at the end of the season,” said Lynn Kover, a bartender. “We count…

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