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Crater Lake could get sister park in China

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Friday, January 18, 2013

Crater Lake National Park officials are working with Chinese officials to create a sister-park agreement with Mount Wuyi World Heritage and Cultural Site in Fujian Province.

"With China becoming more affluent, that would mean a lot of visits to Oregon and to Crater Lake."

Mount Wuyi park currently receives about 7 million visitors a year compared to about half a million to Crater Lake, [Park Superintendent Craig Ackerman] noted.

Read more at the Mail Tribune.

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0 #1 This is good?Guest 2013-01-18 19:06:57
If Crater Lake received 7 million visitors per year, I doubt I'd go there again.
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