AROUND OREGON: National Parks in Northwest post record highs, lows in visitors during 2020

A visitor takes a picture at the Watchman Overlook in Crater Lake National Park. (Jamie Hale/The Oregonian)

To say it’s been a hectic year for Northwest national parks is an understatement.

National park sites across the region posted record high numbers of visitors in 2020, as well as record lows, as park managers dealt with the coronavirus pandemic, raging wildfires and swarming . . .

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