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TX: Rockport considers 180-day moratorium on RV park

(July 19, 2018) -- It could not take action at its meeting Tuesday, July 10, but the consensus of the Rockport City Council is to approve an ordinance implementing a temporary moratorium on new recreational vehicle parks pending the completion of the city’s comprehensive land use plan. Read More »

B.C.: Cache Creek campground reopens after flooding

(July 18, 2018) -- It’s been a long time coming, but the Brookside Campsite in Cache Creek—which was forced to close on April 24 after flooding washed away two culverts in the creek and rendered the campsites inaccessible—reopened last week, after more than 11 weeks of closure. Read More »

ID: Wood cutting allowed at specific campground

(July 17, 2018) -- Forest managers have allowed wood cutting within a campground in the South Hills which is normally not allowed. The Minidoka Ranger District says people will be able to cut fire wood for camping or personal use within the Pettit Campground. Read More »