Delaware State Parks Study Reveal Significant Economic Impact

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SEASHORE STATE PARK, Del.- On Monday night state leaders gathered at the Seashore State Park to celebrate the significant economic impact a new study revealed.

DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation partnered with Rockport Analytics to complete the first ever economic impact study. The study revealed that in 2016 nearly $40 million was generated by out-of-state visitors alone. Director of Delaware State Parks Ray Bivens said this was a significant finding.

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