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Government shutdown filling up Tenn. state parks

(Oct. 14, 2013) -- Boyce Howell and his family had been camping at Montgomery Bell State Park since Tuesday, but had to pack up Friday morning. Despite checking daily, every spot was reserved for the weekend, something that's echoing at state parks across Tennessee, writes Read More »

Quebec provincial park workers on strike

(Oct. 14, 2013) -- Staff at Quebec's 22 provincial parks are on strike, reports About 700 unionized employees have been without a contract since the end of 2012, and are hoping the strike forces management back to the bargaining table. Read More »

Army Corps announces changes to Pa. campground closures

(Oct. 14, 2013) -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District will close recreation area campgrounds earlier than originally planned due to the current lack of an appropriations bill. Seven Points Campground at Raystown Lake will close Oct. 14, and Ives Run Campground at Tioga-Hammond and Cowanesque Lakes will close Oct. 21. Read More »

Operator upset after feds close N.H. campgrounds

(Oct. 14, 2013) -- When Kent Tower learned the federal government was closing the White Mountain National Forest campgrounds he's run for more than two decades, he was upset enough. But when they put up notices saying they were closed due to "health and safety" concerns, that was the final blow, writes The Union Leader. Read More »

Federal court orders single national park to reopen

(Oct. 11, 2013) -- Fed up knowing the so-called federal government "shutdown" was keeping them off their practice fields, a group of young lacrosse players in Northern Virginia challenged the government in court and won, for now, the Washington Post reports. Read More »

Utah national parks reopen

(Oct. 11, 2013) -- Delighted tourists are enjoying reopened Zion National Park, and employees at Arches and Canyonlands national parks are preparing to open their roads at 5:30 p.m. today, writes the Salt Lake Tribune. Read More »