More than $2.5 million in federal stimulus money is being spent this summer on Olympic National Park projects.
The Peninsula Daily News says the largest project will convert the old road to Olympic Hot Springs into a foot path. Thousands of visitors a year walk the 2.4-mile road along Boulder Creek.
Other projects include putting new roofs on park buildings, installing electrical conduit and improving the sewer system at Hoh Rain Forest facilities.
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