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Maryland to allow alcohol in state forest campsites

(May 27, 2010) -- Effective immediately, the Department of Natural Resources is amending its alcohol policy on public lands to provide for a limited exception for state forest campsites. The policy prohibiting alcohol in all Maryland State Parks, including family campgrounds, remains in place.

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Governor works out deal to reopen all New York state parks

(May 27, 2010) -- Enactment of this bill would allow 41 State parks and 14 historic sites to remain open and would provide for continued services at 23 parks and one historic site. The bill would also continue necessary and critical programs funded through the Environmental Protection Fund.

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California campgrounds to participate in 2010 state fair

(May 26, 2010) -- A series of camping activities will be presented on the hour throughout the day from July 24 to 27. Those activities include balloon stomping, chubby bunny marshmallow eating contest, family tent set-up races, watermelon seed spitting contest, ladder-ball, geo-cache treasure hunt, water balloon toss, and crafts, just to name a few.

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Bank forecloses on Florida luxury RV park

(May 26, 2010) -- Lehigh Acres, a 54-acre project built around a 22-acre lake, began in 2007 and is still under construction, sales manager Richard O'Connell told the News-Press. The project called for the resort to have 97 lots measuring 55-by-110 feet, 75 of which are on lakefront property.

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Missouri park system falls on hard times

(May 25, 2010) -- The National Trust for Historic Preservation picked the Missouri State Park System as one out of 11 park systems in crisis, but the Department of Natural Resources takes issues with this study. It said only 51 jobs were lost and decreased funds in the state park system would not prevent parks from staying open.

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