Channel Islands Visits Boosted Economy in 2018

Channel Islands

More than 360,000 people visited Channel Islands National Park in 2018. They spent an estimated $22.9 million making the trip, which supported 285 jobs and pumped $32.4 million into the regional economy. That’s according to a recent report published by the National Park Service and the U.S. Geological Survey on the fiscal value of the great outdoors. Nationwide, 318 million visitors spent $20.2 billion and supported 329,000 jobs.

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