[...] it's an option that Utah's Zion National Park is considering to manage an overwhelming surge of visitors to its sweeping red-rock vistas and canyons.National Park Service rangers struggle to cope with overcrowded tour buses and to alleviate damage to Zion's natural wonders that includes soil erosion and human waste near trails.People without reservations could pay an entrance fee and drive through the park, but they couldn't stop to hike or picnic.After a series of public meetings, Zion rangers are proposing an online reservation system, similar to the way campsites are reserved now.Making reservations to visit a public park could be frustrating, especially if tourists who travel across the country or from abroad to see Zion's spectacular vistas find themselves shut out if their plans change and they miss their time slot, said Darren Shipley, a video producer from Nashville, Tennessee who's visited Zion.Officials said vehicles spilling out of parking lots were a safety hazard and that throngs of tourists were trampling sensitive habitat.
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