AcadiaBANGOR DAILY NEWS: A report issued Monday by the National Park Service said Acadia National Park lost almost 200,000 visits and $16 million in visitor spending from the 16-day federal government shutdown in October 2013.

Across the country, the report said, national parks experienced an overall decline of 7.8 million visitors compared with 2012. The agency calculated the lost revenue at national parks at $414 million, out of total revenue of more than $14 billion generated annually by the parks.

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