(April 8, 2011) -- Cottonwood Campground outside of Yankton, S.D. has been closed since last July, when strong winds caused severe damage, but it will be reopening April 21, reported KCAU.
(April 7, 2011) -- In Maryland and across the country, campground operators are reporting a gradual increase in inquiries from EV owners who are considering using campgrounds as recharging stops in typical RV spots, reported Edmunds.com.
(April 7, 2011) -- In response to decreased funding over the past three years, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources may close up to 23 of its state forest campgrounds this year, reported The Detroit News.
(April 7, 2011) -- "Our goal is to appeal to discerning RV owners, and not just Class A owners, who will appreciate the luxury experience of living on a lake and golf course, complete with all the outdoor amenities that most RV owners are searching for in their quest for the perfect camping spot," said Statum.
(April 7, 2011) -- “Now is a very good time for people from San Diego to Los Angeles, Orange County and the Inland Empire to take a trip inland or to the desert to enjoy the wildflowers, the pleasant weather and the wonderful activities and amenities that many of our inland parks provide,” said Sipe.
(April 7, 2011) -- The Associated Press reported that the North Rim of the Grand Canyon will once again welcome visitors, as the Arizona Department of Transportation is set to reopen Arizona 67 to the North Rim next month.
(April 7, 2011) -- As of last night, at least 2.85 million gallons of raw sewer had contaminated the Little Pigeon River, located about 100 feet from campers at Riveredge RV Park in Gatlinburg, reported the Knoxville News Sentinel.
(April 7, 2011) -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering a proposal that will close two Waco campgrounds in Texas between Oct. 1 and April 1 each year because of low visitation numbers, reported YNN Austin.
(April 7, 2011) -- During this final weekend of spring break, Reed Bingham State Park will be hosting a variety of events and activities for all ages, tomorrow through Sunday, reported the Moultrie Observer.
(April 7, 2011) -- One New York state lawmaker and a few local business owners believe the time is right to change the rules and force Niagara Falls State Park to pick up its share of the local property tax burden in Niagara County, reported the Niagara Gazette.