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Hemlock Hill RV sponsors 14th Annual Fall RV Jamboree

(Sept. 14, 2012) -- The Annual Fall RV Jamboree, sponsored by Hemlock Hill RV of Southington, Conn., will take place Sept. 21-23 for its fourteenth year at the Terryville Campgrounds, in efforts to raise money and awareness for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Connecticut. Read More »

KOA, ROUTE 66 RV Network announce new partnership

(Sept. 13, 2012) -- Under the new partnership, KOA’s 350,000 Value Kard Rewards Program members will receive 10 percent discounts on parts and accessories at all ROUTE 66 RV Network locations. In return, the more than 150,000 campers who carry the ROUTE 66 RV Network membership card will receive 10 percent discounts on camping at any KOA location. Read More »

Motorcycle poker runs includes two KOAs

(Sept. 13, 2012) -- Motorcycle riders throughout the Northeast are invited to join the Second Annual KOA Fall Poker Run Sept. 15 sponsored by the Copake KOA and Saugerties/Woodstock KOA campgrounds. The event is a fundraiser to benefit KOA Care Camps for children with cancer.

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Jellystone hosts pre-Halloween events

(Sept. 11, 2012) -- Most Jellystone Park locations offer several consecutive weekends of Halloween-themed activities, including pumpkin carving or painting contests, campsite and cabin decorating contests, costume contests and, of course, trick or treating. Activities here are listed by state with links to each campground. Read More »

Day-use only proposed for Albert Pike

(Sept. 11, 2012) -- National Forest managers are proposing to make changes in the long-term management and use of the Albert Pike Recreation Area in Montgomery County, Ark. The changes are in part based on better flood susceptibility data and the Forest Service concluding that flood warning systems are not a viable approach to alleviate the risk of flash flooding. Read More »

Washington parks consider fundamental changes

(Sept. 10, 2012) -- Washington Parks and Recreation Commissioners reject the idea that Washington’s parks can be fully self-supported, and said they will ask lawmakers for at least $18 million to help fund parks for the next two years, reports The Wenatchee World Online. Read More »

Tennessee to host Marbles Fest on Sept. 15

(Sept. 10, 2012) -- The 30th Annual National Rolley Hole Marble Championship and Festival will be held at Tennessee's Standing Stone State Park. This traditional marbles contest draws some of the country's best players to a tournament where players match wit and skills with special flint spheres on a smooth dirt surface. Read More »

Third Yosemite camper dies from hantavirus

(Sept. 7, 2012) -- "We want to make sure that visitors have clear information about this rare virus and understand the importance of early medical care. We continue to work closely with state and national public health officials, and we urge visitors who may have been exposed to hantavirus to seek medical attention at the first sign of symptoms." Read More »