The Marietta Daily Journal says the threat of sequestration puts artillery demonstrations at risk at a nearby national park. Kayaking may be interrupted at another. Restrooms may be closed as well.
Closed restrooms. In other words, curtail a service that most directly impacts user comfort.
My friend Don asks why not make up any park budget cuts by reducing scheduled grounds maintenance? Skipping a mowing or two over the course of a season would save money. As Don says, allowing parts of a park to look more like a meadow instead of a golf course wouldn't ruin the visitors' experience.
But it also wouldn't allow for the maximum level of public pain the folks in Washington want you feel.