Cascades National Park’s “carpets” are big, but they’re not the same
The world’s largest carpets are coming to a park in South Carolina, but not everyone is buying them.
The National Park Service has ordered more than 200,000 carpets at the Pisgah National Recreation Area, which covers parts of New Hampshire, South Carolina and North Carolina.
The carpets range from 1,000 to 3,000 square feet.NPS spokeswoman Linda DePaz said the carpets will cost $250 each, but the agency will sell the carpettes to the public for $15.
DePaz told The Associated Press that NPS is currently in the process of selling carpets from its two largest facilities at the Cascadas National Park and the Black Hills National Recreation Areas.
She said the NPS has also started the process to sell its entire carpets inventory.
She said the Parks Service will sell all of its carpets to the National Park Foundation.