ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK, Colo. (CBS4) – Rocky Mountain National Park got a boost over the weekend from the state and was able to temporarily reopen on Saturday.
The government shutdown forced the park to shut down earlier this month but the state kicked in funding to reopen the park.
Park officials say they had 10,000 visitors over the weekend.
The state funding guarantees the park will stay open through Oct. 20.
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