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Utah: Partnership could help Goblin Valley visitor influx

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(Nov. 9, 2016) — The Temple Mountain area near Goblin Valley State Park is being overrun by hikers, canyoneering enthusiasts, campers and off-road crowds, with federal land managers in particular scrambling to keep up with explosive visitation growth, Desert News Utah reported. Read More »

MCPS for Campgrounds: Cell phone processing

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(Nov. 9, 2016) — In the last few years a new method of processing credit card transactions has burst upon the scene. Because they were first with the technology, a company called “The Square” seems to have cornered the market on transactions performed through a cell phone, a press release from MCPS for Campgrounds stated. Read More »

Alabamians vote to protect state park funding

(Nov. 9, 2016) -- There were 14 proposed statewide constitutional amendments on Tuesday’s ballots. As of 8 a.m. this morning, ballots had been tabulated from all 67 counties for most constitutional amendments on Tuesday's ballot. The latest update available showed these unofficial results from the Alabama Secretary of State. Read More »

AZ: Groundbreaking for state park set for Thursday

(Nov. 9, 2016) -- The ceremony will be at 2400 Sweetwater Ave. from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. where government officials and private stakeholders will celebrate the beginning of a project 23 years in the making. Once completed, the development will feature a marina with a lunch ramp, docks, dry boat storage, a restaurant with boat docking, a beach with ramadas, a residential community and an eco-environmental learning center. Read More »

WI: Jamieson Park decisions on hold

(Nov. 9, 2016) -- At the Parks and Recreation Commission’s Nov. 3 meeting, dialogue about Jamieson Park’s future led to a decision to wait to move forward on any new ideas, pending other factors that could affect potential plans. Read More »

IN: State park holiday gift pack includes camp option

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(Nov. 9, 2016) -- Already thinking about Christmas gifts to buy for the outdoor lovers on your list this year? The DNR can help, with bargain packages available for purchase online at InnsGifts.com. Whether your loved ones enjoy camping outdoors or sleeping in the comfort of one of seven Indiana State Park Inns, we've got you covered with a $99 State Park Holiday Gift Pack. Read More »

British Columbia: Group cleans up forest

(Nov. 9, 2016) -- Dozens of volunteers rallied together to clean up garbage and scrap metal piled up in the forest over the weekend. The Okanagan Forest Task Force gathered at James Lake in honour of Terrance Michael Landon, who went missing three years ago. Read More »

Reserve a Missouri campsite for the solar eclipse

(Nov. 9, 2016) -- According to Missouri State parks, there are 42 parks and historic sites within the narrow path of the total eclipse. Of those, 19 allow overnight camping, and park officials are allowing people to reserve campsites at those locations earlier than usual, ahead of the big astronomical event. Read More »

MT: Christmas Village created at Lake Shel-oole RV Park

(Nov. 9, 2016) -- Many have only witnessed Christmas villages thanks to movies or as small, decorative displays during the holiday season. The Shelby Chamber has decided to make the Christmas Village a reality this holiday season and you are invited to join in the fun! The Christmas Village will be located at the Lake Shel-oole RV Park and Campground with opening night being the day of the Annual Christmas Stroll, Dec. 4. Read More »

NPS celebrates Native American Heritage Month

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(Nov. 8, 2016) — To commemorate Native American Heritage Month and the centennial of the National Park Service (NPS), the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) and the NPS are encouraging travelers to celebrate American Indian culture throughout the country by visiting national parks with special connections to the Native Heritage in their respective locations. Read More »

Strait Web Solutions clients make Top 100 list

(Nov. 8, 2016) — Just short of one year that Strait Web Solutions has been providing blogging services to RV parks and campgrounds, three of their clients' blogs have been named to Feedspot's list of Top 100 Camping Blogs Every Camper Must Follow. Read More »