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"With restrooms closed, some visitors are opting to deposit their waste in natural areas adjacent to high traffic areas, which creates a health hazard for other visitors," National Parks Service spokesman Andrew Munoz said in an email to the Times.
To cope with the build-up, the park closed both the Wawona and Hodgson Meadows campgrounds, and the Mariposa Grove of redwoods for public-health reasons.
The park statement's cited human feces and urine around Wawona Road (California Highway 41) in the south part of the park as contributing factors to the closure.
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