Why Californians don't need a car tax to save their state parks

Watch and learn as Reason Magazine interviews a private owner of a public park.

The free market is always the solution.

I love the part where he talks about disincentives.  He’s absolutely right that the public park services view every customer as an additional problem rather than a source of potential revenue.

The entire incentive structure is flipped on its head when parks are publicly owned.  It is literally impossible for a publicly run park to operate as efficiently and effectively as a privately owned park.