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N.Y.: Photography class planned at park

(March 20, 2017) -- Schodack Island State Park will host a free, two-part photography workshop led by the award-winning photography duo of Naturelogues. The workshop, Picturing Nature: A Practical Guide to Nature Photography, will cover the basic elements of nature photography, simple editing, and tips for where to photograph in upstate New York. Read More »

IN: DNR’s protection efforts get tip of cap

(March 20, 2017) -- The Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Nature Preserves was recognized by the Division of State Parks for decades of work protecting important natural areas inside Indiana’s system of state parks, the DNR said in a release. Read More »

N.Y.: Village says good-bye on March 31

(March 20, 2017) -- Residents approved the dissolution of Port Henry in a 2015 vote. Moriah will take over most of the village’s responsibilities and all of its properties on April 1 including running the Champ RV Park and Campground. Read More »

B.C.: Parks plates selling like campsite bookings

(March 20, 2017) -- In less than eight weeks, more than 10,000 BC Parks licence plates that celebrate BC’s provincial parks have been sold, the province is reporting. In mid-January, three licence plate designs were unveiled to allow motorists to show their passion and pride by sharing the natural beauty of BC Parks on their licence plates. Read More »

WY: Town campground gets upgrades

(March 20, 2017) -- The Pinedale Town Council voted to renew the contract with resident Jeff Goltz to manage the campground this summer at Jackson Avenue Park in Pinedale, in addition to the approval of a few planned improvements. Read More »

MI: Lake Linden mulls campground change

(March 20, 2017) -- Lake Linden is considering a change in the way it allocates campground space for the Fourth of July weekend. Lake Linden now holds a first-come, first-serve signup for slots on the first business day of the new year. If there are spots left over, the village will take phone calls or walk-ins. Read More »

Manitoba: Camping reservations begin today

(March 20, 2017) -- There will be three phases on three staggered dates, through the Manitoba Parks Reservation Service, to make it easier to make a reservation. The new system is in response to high demand on past opening days. Read More »

VA: Shenandoah Park comes out of hibernation

(March 20, 2017) -- This year has gotten off to a good start for Shenandoah attendance, thanks to the warmest February on record. During the month large numbers of day-trippers traveled the often snow-covered (if not entirely closed) Skyline Drive, which runs the length of the park for 105 miles. Read More »

KOA earns prestigious PR award

From left: KOA Chief Franchise Operations Officer Toby O'Rourke, KOA Vice President of Communications Mike Gast and Allison+Partners team members Jeannie Horner and Marcus Gamo with the 2017 PR Week Award for "Best In Analytics."

(March 20, 2017) -- Kampgrounds of America received the highest accolade in the public relations industry March 16 when it received the prestigious 2017 PR Week Award for its use of analytics for the 2016 Edition of the North American Camping Report, the company announced today. Read More »