Friday, January 4, 2013 at 7:00 am (Updated: January 4, 7:00 am)
With visitation to the New River Trail State Park topping the 1 million mark again last year, 2013 could be the year when the 57-mile-long linear facility becomes the most-used park in Virginia.
That’s not a New Year’s resolution on the part of park manager Sam Sweeney — it’s more of a long-term goal.
While that milestone might not happen in 2013, the park has a lot of work planned for the next 12 months to prepare for even more public use.
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