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OK: Camping club holds fall campouts

(Oct. 8, 2018) -- Wheeler Dealer Camping Club members returned to a club favorite Hulah Lake for the September campout kicking off the fall camping season recently. Located in northeast Osage County just east of Copan, Hulah is a Corps of Engineers lake, but the campground is managed by the all-volunteer Hulah Osage Lake Association. Read More »

CA: Camping in the city at sunrise point

(Oct. 5, 2018) -- Sunrise Point Campground, located within Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, opened six new campsites to the public on October 1st. These campsites are unique in that they are only accessible by trail or boat, and not accessible by car. Read More »

WY: Camping restrictions because of overwhelming crowds

(Oct. 5, 2018) -- Forest officials yesterday announced new camping restrictions in response to overcrowding caused, in part, by homeless members of the labor force. The impacts on the forest from too many people camping has been increasingly problematic in recent years. Read More »

N.C.: Who gets gators and mold out of state parks?

(Oct. 4, 2018) -- Several state and federal parks and historic sites in NC are working to repair damage or dry out from Hurricane Florence, but Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson State Historic Site had more than dropped trees and flooded exhibits to worry over. It had alligators. Read More »