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Canadian paper picks its top national parks

(June 10, 2013) -- From rainforests to glaciers, sandy beaches to peaceful lakes, Canada has one of the oldest and most extensive parks systems in the world. Whether you’re avid camper to a casual day-tripper, these 10 national parks are must-sees and worthy of repeat visits, reports the Welland Tribune in a photo essay.

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Pauls Valley, Okla., welcomes new RV park

(June 10, 2013) -- T&R RV Resort features 25 sites on concrete pads with extra concrete for a patio seating area, pull throughs and big rig sites. Another 20 sites are also available on grass lots. Each site offers full hookups, including septic and either 30- or 50-amp power. 

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Campground becomes Mississippi Mud Mania

(June 10, 2013) -- In Missouri, the Quincy Herald Whig reports volunteers and contractors transformed the 30-acre Driftwood Campground property into a 5K run with a dirty twist. Participants also had to run, hurdle, crawl and waddle through mud. Read More »

Crews work to make Calif. campground ADA compliant

(June 7, 2013) -- The Eagle Point Family Campground at Emerald Bay State Park will be closed for a second summer in a row as teams implement best management practices, improve the campground center and build an Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant trail, writes the Tahoe Daily Tribune. Read More »

Storm sweeps through Texas RV park

(June 7, 2013) -- Craig Goldfus spent Thursday morning sifting through the damage left by Wednesday night's storms in and outside of his RV at the Camelot RV Park in Lubbock, reports Read More »

Iowa campground owner withdraws rezoning request

(June 7, 2013) -- On Monday, Deb Keefe, owner of Chimney Rock Campground in Bluffton, withdrew her request to rezone her campground from A-1 agricultural to C-1 highway commercial after receiving negative feedback from neighbors and county officials, reports the Decorah Journal. Read More »