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FL: New RV park proposed in Glades County

(Feb. 16, 2017) -- A 36-acre parcel In Moore Haven could be rezoned this year to commercial to allow a new RV park Representative for the applicant, Larry Bennett said they plan to have up to 10 units per acre. Read More »

Now is the time to visit Southern California’s deserts

(Feb. 16, 2017) — The Southern California deserts are a great travel destination for winter and spring, not only because of their incredible weather, but because they offer excellent opportunities for hiking, rock climbing and camping, a press release from Camp-California.com reported. Read More »

British Columbia: Peach Orchard Campground history

(Feb. 16, 2017) -- Peach Orchard Campground is located near Okanagan Lake on Peach Orchard Road. Municipal council acquired the land from the Summerland Development Company in 1907. This land was one of the first expenditures of the first council. Read More »

MN: Hoodoo Point upgrade approved

(Feb. 16, 2017) -- The Hoodoo Point campground will be hooked into the Tower-Breitung wastewater system under a $290,000 upgrade of the city-owned recreational facility located on Lake Vermilion. The council gave the go-ahead to move forward with the project, which the city will finance with a revenue bond. Read More »

CA: Businesses upset over Oceano Dunes closure

(Feb. 16, 2017) -- President's Day weekend is usually filled with sunshine and lots of tourists hitting the beach. This year will look a little bit different. Camping at Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area is canceled Wednesday through Monday. Read More »

LA: Tickfaw State Park reopens to campers after flood

(Feb. 16, 2017) -- Tickfaw State Park near Springfield was closed altogether for months due to the Great Flood of 2016, which flooded the 1,200-acre park with as much as 12 feet of water. It reopened for day use Dec. 1, but it was two months later before the park could be open for overnight campers. Read More »

FL: Perdido Key camping temporarily suspended

(Feb. 16, 2017) -- Gulf Islands National Seashore have temporarily suspended hike-in/ drive-in primitive camping at the Perdido Key Area. The suspension is effective immediately. During the closure, the park will explore management alternatives to address significant resource impacts. Read More »

NPS celebrates Presidents’ Day with free admission

National Park Service

(Feb. 16, 2017) -- What do all U.S. presidents have in common? National parks. The legacies of each person that served in our nation’s highest office are preserved in national parks around the country – including the White House where history is constantly made. Discover the places and stories of presidents this weekend and enjoy free entrance to all national parks on Presidents’ Day – Feb. 20. Read More »

Kan.: State park receives BlueCHIP award

(Feb. 15, 2017) — Five Kansas communities and one state park – varying in both population size and programs – have two things in common; each is striving to improve the health of those who live, work and play in their community. Read More »