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Oct 12, 2021

[Answer] Which West Coast park was the first to allow cars?

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...Mount Rainier, located in Washington state’s Cascade mountains, was just the fifth national park in the nation when it was established in 1899, and the first to allow vehicles in the park. By 1910, its roads were so crowded that about a third of the park’s rangers were managing traffic.




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Mount Rainier:


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