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Michigan state parks offer Camping 101

(Aug. 2, 2013) -- As part of their Camping 101 stay, visitors will receive a prime camping location, tent, tarp, flashlight, lantern, camp stove and four hot dog/marshmallow cookers. All equipment is provided courtesy of The North Face and must be returned at the end of the camping trip.

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TACO donates ad space to city of West, Texas

(Aug. 2, 2013) -- “We wanted to do something to help the city of West as they try to rebuild from the devastating fertilizer plant explosion that took place last spring,” said Brian Schaeffer, TACO’s executive director and CEO. Read More »

Alberta campground opens up sites to evacuees

(Aug. 2, 2013) -- A little more than a month after the Sheep River flooded its banks, devastating the Okotoks Lions Sheep River Campground and surrounding park areas, the first campers have been welcomed back, reports the Western Wheel. Read More »

N.J. city eyes RVs for former landfill site

(Aug. 1, 2013) -- Plans for Wildwood's backbay landfill have ranged from a solar farm to a residential housing project. Now Mayor Ernie Troiano wants the city’s engineer to look into turning the area into a “high-end RV park” after the cap is filled, writes Shore News Today. Read More »

Is erratic weather damaging the campground season?

(Aug. 1, 2013) -- Overall, it appears that the average campground isn’t doing the volume it has in the past. It doesn’t appear that the economy is causing this to happen. There doesn’t appear to be any indication that people are more reluctant to vacation and sales of cabins, yurts, park models seem to be continuing. Could it be that somehow we missed spring, altogether?

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IAAPA announces schedule of expo networking events

(Aug. 1, 2013) -- “IAAPA Attractions Expo 2013 features first-hand learning and networking opportunities that are unmatched in our industry,” said Noland. “The information gained and relationships established at the Expo can be game changing for a company, and they have the potential to shape the future of the attractions business.”

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AGS Cares Program donates over $5K to six charities

(Aug. 1, 2013) -- “These charities continually work to make a difference in the world and we are pleased to support their efforts with a portion of our revenues,” said AGS President Brian Schaeffer, adding that checks totaling $5,090 were sent to six charities during the month of June. Read More »

Mass. campground owner is ready to sell

(Aug. 1, 2013) -- After battling the town of Middleboro for 30 years, Barbara Holton has thrown in the towel and is ready to accept a $2.5 million offer from a developer for her 40-acre Tispaquin Family Campground, writes WATD-FM. Read More »

NPF awards Impact Grants to 11 national parks

(Aug. 1, 2013) -- “These grants will allow our parks to preserve park resources, reach new audiences, and foster the next generation of national park stewards,” said Jarvis. “We are grateful for the continuing support of the National Park Foundation in providing funding to bring these original program ideas to fruition.” Read More »