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TX: Big Bend National Park reduces fire danger

(June 19, 2018) -- This reduction has also caused park managers to remove some restrictions: Juniper Flats, Boulder Meadows and Pinnacles backpacking sites are open for camping and the ban on charcoal fires and smoking in the Chisos Campground has been lifted. Read More »

Indiana Dunes State Park offers great camping experience

(June 18, 2018) -- You don’t have to travel to the Gulf of Mexico or either coast to experience long, white sandy beaches stretching along the shoreline of water you can’t see across. America’s Great Lakes are an inland ocean, and I am particularly fond of Lake Michigan. Read More »

MN: Lots to do, lots more to come

(June 18, 2018) -- Since the creation of the Lake Vermilion portion of the new state park here back in 2010, it’s often been seen as a park under development. That’s true enough. The park remains years away from fully meeting the vision set by the community and the Department of Natural Resources. Read More »

IL: State park staff honored

(June 15, 2018) -- Kankakee River State Park site technicians Corey Bennett and Rob Werner have received awards from Illinois Conservation Police Officer Holly Vadbunker for actions that led to the apprehension of two people for burglary. Read More »

CO: Mancos State Park closes some campsites, hiking trails

(June 15, 2018) -- To guard against the exceptionally high fire risk in the area, Mancos State Park has closed portions of the facility for hiking and camping that are adjacent to the San Juan National Forest. The national forest is under Stage 3 fire restrictions and is closed to public access. Read More »