Air Date: Week of June 21, 1991
How crowded is too crowded when you're talking about a national forest? Two popular New England parks have people waiting in line to get in, but both have different mandates. Acadia works on allowing anyone the chance to get in; at Baxter State Park the wait can be for months and the park is hardly user-friendly. Carol Rissman reports on how roughing it has never been so difficult to do.
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