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Michigan to get $2.6 million to support state parks

(Sept. 21, 2018) -- Michigan is getting $2.6 million from the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) for state-identified outdoor recreation and conservation projects, according to Tuesday's announcement by the Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke. Read More »

MT: State Parks depend on LWCF

(Sept. 21, 2018) -- The directors of state park systems from across the country came together recently, in Sedona, Arizona to be part of the 2018 National Association of State Park Directors conference. Read More »

MA: Borderland State Park announces events

(Sept. 21, 2018) -- Borderland State Park has a parking fee of $5 per MA plate and $10 per out-of-state plate, payable at the yellow machine. Individuals 62 or older can visit the Visitor Center to buy a $10 lifetime parking pass. Read More »

W.V.: EDA OKs bonds to upgrade parks

(Sept. 21, 2018) -- The West Virginia Economic Development Authority approved final tweaks to bonds worth up to $80 million for state parks improvements on Thursday, clearing the way for the deal’s closure in less than a month. Read More »

CA: Camping at Candlestick Point kicks off next month

(Sept. 21, 2018) -- San Francisco may soon be known for its natural splendor as it welcomes people to camp overnight at Candlestick Point State Park. The park, located just south of where Candlestick Park used to stand, is an oasis of nature in the urban jungle. Read More »

DNREC dedicates new playground at Trap Pond State Park

(Sept. 20, 2018) -- Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control officials unveiled on Sept. 18 a new playground at Trap Pond State Park during a dedication ceremony also attended by state Sen. Bryant Richardson, Rep. Timothy Dukes, Trap Pond Partners President Chase Cline and a host of other local officials. Read More »

LA: Sam Houston Jones State Park getting a facelift

(Sept. 20, 2018) -- Sam Houston Jones State Park is getting a face lift. Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser announced several possible projects at the park, and is asking for the public’s input. A new fishing pier and board walk was proposed, as well as a new covered pavilion, and a splash pad. Read More »

Nevada’s newest state park opens

(Sept. 20, 2018) -- The Walker River State Recreation Area is officially open. The 12,000-acre property is made up of four historic ranches that the previous owner donated to the state. Read More »

WY: Leigh Creek Campground temporarily closed

(Sept. 20, 2018) -- The Bighorn National Forest temporarily closed Leigh Creek Campground on Monday for installation of a new toilet facility. The campground will be reopened as soon as the project is completed, possibly by early November. Read More »

AB: Board overturns campground rejection

(Sept. 20, 2018) -- The Mountain View County subdivision and development appeal board has overturned an earlier decision by the municipal planning commission (MPC) refusing a development permit for a proposed tourist campground in the Bearberry-Coalcamp area west of Sundre. Read More »