(Dec. 19, 2018) — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, announced that Corps-managed campgrounds and day use areas at Allatoona Lake in Georgia will begin “cashless” operations in 2019.
(Dec. 19, 2018) — The Montana State Parks Foundation is publishing a weekly showcase of Montana State Parks’ 55 properties. This week’s focus takes readers to Cooney State Park between Red Lodge and Billings.
(Dec. 18, 2018) — The fee increases range from a $5.00 increase for cars, motorcycles and individuals, to a $2 increase for camping permits. The annual pass fee will not go up this year, but will increase in 2020 by $5.00. All the other fees will also increase another $5.00 in 2020.
(Dec. 18, 2018) — The city council will hear an update on the project and review engineering bids during their meeting tonight.
(Dec. 18, 2018) — The Jingle Bell Fun Run is returning to the city of Au Gres for its second year Dec. 20, but for the first time it will be held at the Au Gres Campground, which is decorated for the holidays with Christmas trees and lights.
(Dec. 17, 2018) — Temple Bar in Lake Mead National Recreation Area makes a superb winter getaway for a day or several days of camping, boating, fishing, exploring the area’s back roads and enjoying the night skies. Visitors will find solitude here, both at the campground and out on the water.
(Dec. 17, 2018) — Starting January 1, 2019, the U.S. Forest Service will increase recreation fees at 24 sites on the Pisgah and Nantahala National Forests. For sites that are seasonally closed, fee increases will take effect on opening day.
(Dec. 14, 2018) — Starting on the first of the new year, those state parks will convert into a reservation-only system, meaning campers will need to have a reservation ahead of time to set up at a site. They can do this anytime online. CPW is also getting rid of its $10 reservation-only camping fee.
(Dec. 14, 2018) — The director of the Western Idaho Fair is leaving after nearly two decades in the position, the Ada County Commissioners’ Office announced Thursday.
(Dec. 13, 2018) — When Kristi Johnson visited state parks in Door County she wanted a way to make the memories last a lifetime. So the Holmen school teacher and burgeoning entrepreneur created “Wisconsin State Parks Treklist Adventures Photo Journal.”