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MI: Baldwin Oaks now under new ownership

(April 10, 2017) -- “I camped here and found out that this place was for sale and we started the path to buy it,” Dan Bazon said. “God opened all the doors and I walked through them. It has been a wonderful experience and I can see God’s hand in everything happening here. Now it is here before me and I am ready to go. I just can’t wait.” Read More »

British Columbia: Strategy to control campers

(April 10, 2017) -- Authorities will be identifying acceptable off-highway vehicle (OHV) trails, camping areas and parking areas in a 127 square kilometre section of Lake Koocanusa this summer as part of a wider crackdown on out-of-control campers. Read More »

CA: Campground injury suit to go forward

(April 7, 2017) -- Div. Two agreed with San Mateo Superior Court Judge Steven Dylina that Pacific Gas & Electric Company lacks a recreational immunity defense in the suit for injuries sustained by Zachary Rowe, who was 12 years old when a 75-foot tree fell on him as he slept in his tent on a family camping trip to San Mateo County Memorial Park in 2012. Read More »

IA: City considers RV campground request

(April 7, 2017) -- Thane Benz is planning the development on property he owns at 121 Memorial Road, northwest of the Lighthouse Inn. Spaces would be leased a year at a time, used for camping from April though October and RV storage in the off season. Read More »