Aramark shakes up national park menus for summer travelers

Aramark is preparing for this summer's travelers by upgrading the foodservices at some of the national parks it oversees.

The upgrades rolling out at Mesa Verde National Park in Mesa Verde, Colo., will include a menu revamp for all of its restaurants, including a farm-to-table program at one eatery and an on-site barbecue option at another, according to a release. 

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in Lake Powell, Utah, has debuted a new casual dining concept called Wind, which allows patrons to customize coffee creations and tea by day and wine and small plates in the evening.

"We are excited for the upcoming travel season and look forward to hosting new and returning families, friends and visitors to the numerous parks and cultural attractions we serve across the country," Bruce Fears, president of Aramark's leisure division, said in a prepared statement.

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