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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 EverythingLubbock.com. 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 »