Carolyn Holt, left, Anne Burgos, middle, and Martin Grieco look over the lake before a hike at Bald Eagle State Park. A recently released study by George Mason University shows that Pennsylvania’s local and regional parks annually produce more than $1.6 billion in economic activity.
Carolyn Holt, left, Anne Burgos, middle, and Martin Grieco look over the lake before a hike at Bald Eagle State Park. A recently released study by George Mason University shows that Pennsylvania’s local and regional parks annually produce more than $1.6 billion in economic activity. Nabil K. Mark Centre Daily Times, file
Carolyn Holt, left, Anne Burgos, middle, and Martin Grieco look over the lake before a hike at Bald Eagle State Park. A recently released study by George Mason University shows that Pennsylvania’s local and regional parks annually produce more than $1.6 billion in economic activity. Nabil K. Mark Centre Daily Times, file

Benefits of parks too many to count

December 28, 2015 11:39 PM