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N.Y.: Campground rates won’t rise

(Jan. 6, 2017) -- Rates and policies will remain the same at both the Bulwagga Bay Town Campground and the Champ RV Park Village Campground next season. The Town of Moriah will take possession of the village’s Champ RV Park once the Village of Port Henry dissolves on March 31. Read More »

MD: Polar Bear Plunge set at Greenbrier State Park

(Jan. 5, 2017) -- “We currently have over 170 pre-registered participants and have plenty of room for more,” said Nikki Houser, the shelter's corporate partnership and events coordinator. “This has become a winter tradition for many people in our community. It is a radically fun way for animal lovers to help a great cause and we can’t thank them enough for the support.” Read More »

NPS to update smoking regs to include e-cigarettes

National Park Service

(Jan. 5, 2017) -- The National Park Service today proposed revisions to the regulations that address smoking in national parks. The proposed revisions would change the regulation that defines smoking to include the use of electronic cigarettes and other electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS). The proposed revisions would also allow a superintendent to close an area, building, structure, or facility to smoking, which would include the use of ENDS, when necessary to maintain public health and safety. Read More »

Recreation tax dies in Senate

(Jan. 5, 2017) -- Town voters, supported by local outdoor recreation companies, had sought a home-rule law to allow Charlemont to levy the special tax to support its municipal services like police and EMTs, which often are needed by visitors at recreational venues like Berkshire East or Zoar Outdoor. Read More »

N.C.: Repairs begin at Tucker’s Grove campground

(Jan. 5, 2017) -- Much-needed repairs have begun on the arbor at the Tucker’s Grove Camp Meeting in Iron Station. Rotted beams are being replaced with wood of a similar age and the sides of the arbor are being raised to eight feet all around. Read More »

CA: Several roads closed as rain floods area

(Jan. 5, 2017) -- Roads throughout South County were shut down Wednesday, as rain pounded the region, flooding streets and neighborhoods. In Pismo Beach, the North Beach campground was closed because of high tide, with water pooling across much of the campground. Read More »

Ontario: Campers reserve spots at Saskatchewan parks

(Jan. 5, 2017) -- “We know that families are excited to plan their next visit and we look forward to providing them with the high quality experience they have come to expect,” Saskatchewan’s Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport Ken Cheveldayoff said in a statement. Read More »

IL: City, state float Citizens Lake improvements

(Jan. 5, 2017) -- You've probably seen Citizens Lake. The recreation site is 50.013 acres on the edge of Monmouth just west of the Illinois 164/U.S. 34 intersection, off Illinois 164. The area features 20 RV campsites, seven tent spaces, two lakes, two shelter houses, a pool, two primitive boat launches and a campground bathhouse. Read More »

AL: State parks offer a winter holiday at discount

(Jan. 4, 2017) -- Alabama’s state parks are offering a 25 percent discount on overnight accommodations at select locations through February. And thanks to the passage of Amendment 2 in November, the money you spend there will stay with the parks system. Read More »