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Over 6,000 visit Turner Falls Park on 4th of July

Turner Falls Park had it’s busiest days ever on Saturday and Sunday as the 4th of July weekend saw crowds surging to more than 6,000 guests.
Sunday went all the way to 5,999 regular admissions after 5,784 came to the park on Saturday. For the three-day weekend total, there were 13,481 regular admission tickets sold to the park. The total gross income for Turner Falls Park for the weekend was $299,853.
The park also received its second tram, a crucial help to ferry guests around the park over the weekend. New Park Operations Manager, Thomas Miller was thrilled the effort of his team over a crazy four-day period.
He noted the vital work of full-time and reserve police officers who managed traffic, assisted guests and kept everyone under control.
“Everyone worked long hard hours to keep ahead of the trash build up and our lifeguards performed superbly and made many rescues,” Miller said. “A team effort from all made for a very successful July 4th weekend and I couldn’t be more thankful for them all.”
Not only was Turner Falls thumping over the weekend, Crossbar Ranch was busy as well. On Saturday, Crossbar also issues 57 day passes for guests to also attend Turner Falls in addition to 5,784 summer admission tickets. Crossbar then sold another 163 on Sunday. For a detailed breakdown of ticket sales and revenue, see the chart below provided by the City of Davis.

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