Most of the buildings at Millersylvania State Park, shown on Thursday, June 25, 2009, were built with stimulus money in the 1930s. The 842-acre camping park has wooded areas, shoreline on Deep Lake and hiking trails. No Discover Pass is required at state parks on Saturday, for National Public Lands Day.
Most of the buildings at Millersylvania State Park, shown on Thursday, June 25, 2009, were built with stimulus money in the 1930s. The 842-acre camping park has wooded areas, shoreline on Deep Lake and hiking trails. No Discover Pass is required at state parks on Saturday, for National Public Lands Day. Tony Overman Staff photographer/file
Most of the buildings at Millersylvania State Park, shown on Thursday, June 25, 2009, were built with stimulus money in the 1930s. The 842-acre camping park has wooded areas, shoreline on Deep Lake and hiking trails. No Discover Pass is required at state parks on Saturday, for National Public Lands Day. Tony Overman Staff photographer/file

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