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Aspira acquires Astra Campground Manager software

(Nov. 30, 2018) -- “Mission Management has created thoughtful and flexible technology specifically designed for the privately owned campground market. That, combined with our ability to generate significant visibility and occupancy for campgrounds through, makes this acquisition particularly exciting,” said Trivette.

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N.Y.: Saratoga County state park gets 131 more acres

(Nov. 30, 2018) -- The new parcel will expand the park's trail network, provide access to scenic views and protect open space, according to Cuomo's office. The new parcel includes summits, including Palmertown Mountain, with views of the Hudson Valley and southern Adirondacks.

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GA: Booking system makes for some unhappy campers

(Nov. 29, 2018) -- Refuge Supervisory Ranger Susan Heisey said she’s aware of the problem and working with the new contractors to fix it. In the meantime, her staff is taking limited reservations by phone from 7 to 10 a.m. Monday to Friday (excluding federal holidays) at 912-496-3331.

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CA: State parks shares status of local parks

(Nov. 29, 2018) -- Some parts of Point Mugu and Leo Carrillo state parks reopened, while other areas of the parks remain closed due to the damage caused by the Woolsey Fire. Meanwhile, Malibu Lagoon and Robert H. Meyers Memorial state beaches and Topanga State Park have completely reopened.

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