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Presolicitation: Solicitation for the award of up to one (1) concession contract for marina services boat rental retail food and beverage services within curecanti national recreation area
Our case study focused on nine parks contained in three primary areas: Golden Gate National Recreation Area, John Muir National Historic Site, and Point Reyes National Seashore in California; Cape Cod National Seashore, Boston National Historical Park, and African American National Historic Site in Massachusetts; Curecanti National Recreation Area and Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado; and Petroglyph National Monument in New Mexico.
For information on the dam, contact the Curecanti National Recreation Area (641-2337).