SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – Fees have changed at several state parks in Utah. It now costs $10 per vehicle to get into Quail Creek, $7 for Gunlock and $5 at Anasazi. State parks officials say the new fees went into effect at the beginning of the month. They help pay for maintenance and improvements at the parks. Campsite fees in some places have also changed. Spots at Sand Hollow run from $24 to $28 per night, although more primitive areas are $15. At Gunlock, the per-night fee is $13 and at Quail Creek it’s $15. Group camping at Hyrum State Park is now $200 per night. Group sites at Bear Lake State Park are now $100 per night.
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