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Michigan campgrounds report park improvements

(June 11, 2010) -- Michigan campgrounds are also investing in a variety of other improvements, which range from upgrading electrical and Wi-Fi service to remodeling bathhouses, laundry facilities and camp stores. Some parks have also invested in large inflatable water toys.

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Canadian campground honored for its giving spirit

(June 11, 2010) -- Three to six nights a week, from spring until autumn, Sun-N-Shade Campground hosts lively shows for audiences from all over the world. In return, owners Harold and Marnie Noye ask for one thing -- a donation to the IWK Health Centre Foundation. They often raise hundreds of dollars in an evening performance.

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Voters to decide vehicle registration fee plan to save California parks

(June 11, 2010) -- If a simple majority of voters approves the measure Nov. 2, annual vehicle registration fees for California motorists would rise by $18 a year. But any car with California license plates would be admitted free to any of the state's 278 state parks. Currently, motorists pay fees ranging from about $6 to $15 per car.

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Ohio campground owner to get his day in court

(June 11, 2010) -- After battling for two years to get a license for his campground expansion, Glenn Hartle filed a civil complaint against the Coshocton County General Health District and the Ohio Department of Health in March 2009, asking for compensatory damages in excess of $25,000; punitive damages in excess of $25,000; special damages of at least $25,000; and attorney fees and expenses.

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UPDATE: Death toll rises to 14 at Arkansas campground

(June 11, 2010) -- Governor Mike Beebe said the Little Missouri River rose from about 3 feet Thursday night to more than 20 feet early Friday in the U.S. Forest Service campground. Officials believe more than 300 people were staying in the campground when the flooding occured.

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Ocean Lakes to host two-day Bluegrass festival in August

(June 11, 2010) -- This year, Ocean Lakes Family Campground will welcome Daily & Vincent (Saturday), The Bluegrass Brothers (Saturday), The Larry Stephenson Band (Friday), Darren Beachley & the Legends of the Potomac (Friday), Idletymes (Friday), The Bluegrass Strangers (Friday/Saturday), and the Jeanette Williams Band (Saturday).

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This weekend is Vermont Days Weekend

(June 10, 2010) -- This Saturday and Sunday (June 12 & 13) is Vermont Days Weekend, which means free park day-use entry all weekend, free fishing on Saturday, park events, free entry to Vermont's Historic Sites, and more.

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Pennsylvania campground gets into the Centennial spirit

(June 10, 2010) -- Brookdale Family Campground Owners Tim and Robyn Chilson, of Meadville, Penn., celebrated 100 years of RVing with the Tin Can Tourists and Boyers RV June 5. They hosted an open house with their vintage RVs on display along with new RVs from Boyer’s RV Sales in Erie.

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