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Winnipeg Folk Festival goes after ticket scalpers

(July 6, 2010) -- Organizers of the Winnipeg Folk Festival are going after scalpers selling inflated tickets for the popular music festival, reports CBC.ca. While there are still tickets available for the family-friendly campground, tickets for the other campground have become a hot commodity.

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In California: Indian Creek roads and parking temporarily closed

(July 6, 2010) -- The campground road and parking areas for Indian Creek Campground (off SR 89 in Alpine County, Calif.) will be closed starting on Sunday, July 11, for up to 45-days for reconstruction and paving. Campers planning a trip to Indian Creek in July or August should call the Bureau of Land Management.

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Toddler survives fall at Calfornia KOA

(July 5, 2010) -- A 2-year-old boy was taken to Oakland Children's Hospital this morning after he fell from an eight-foot-tall playground structure at the KOA Campground in Petaluma, the Press Democrat reported.

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Campground closes at Pennsylvania state park

(July 5, 2010) -- Pete Houghton, manager of Pymatuning State Park, said closing the Tuttle Campground eliminated 198 sites at the park and a beach facility. Jamestown and Linesville campgrounds remain open with a combined 400 sites, he said.

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Washington camp host creates smiles by dressing in costumes

(July 5, 2010) -- Eager Beaver is one of six costumes Joyce Foster-Torgerson wears as she goes about her duties at Manchester State Park. She also dresses up as Fawn the woodland fairy, Mrs. Claus, Tiffany Teddy Bear, a pink fairy princess and Mother Nature, the Kitsap Sun reported.

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Action by city, state officials threaten California RV park

(July 5, 2010) -- Although Nelson Moyle, who owns the park, traveled from his Utah home and stopped the leaks within days of the city's code enforcement citation, city officials said that wasn't fast enough. Because of the immediate health and safety hazard, Community Development Director Carmen Cave said Moyle had only 24 hours to fix the problem or lose his license, the Press Enterprise reported.

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200 pound bear attacks camper at California campground

(July 5, 2010) -- The man had a .45 caliber pistol in his hand and tried to shoo the bear away, MacIntyre said. The bear, whose weight was estimated at 150  to 200 pounds, reportedly lunged at the man and swiped his face. When the man stood up, the bear charged again, he said. The man then fired his gun at bear, and the animal took off.

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Oil spill causes campground cancellations

(July 2, 2010) -- Local RV parks and campgrounds have been hit hard because of the BP oil spill, as tourists who would normally spend their summer vacationing in Northwest Florida have decided to travel elsewhere.

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