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NE: Cedar View Campground temporarily closed

Cedar View Campground, located about 15 miles west of Kingsley Dam on Highway 92 near Otter Creek Bay, is now closed for public use until approximately May 24. Some aspects of the project may not be completed until this fall depending upon site conditions during construction.

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TX: Colorado Bend State Park has adventure for everyone

Colorado Bend is a 5,330-acre park with something for everyone. The park offers 35 miles of trails, most open for hiking and bicycling. Water flowing from the park’s upper regions has cut caves and sinkholes throughout the property, as well as forming Gorman Falls, the tallest waterfall in Texas. Kayakers and anglers can easily access the Colorado River, which twists its way past the campground.

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FL: Proposed RV park feud sees end on one front

Developer and local attorney John Eden’s woes about county permission for him to build an upscale RV resort have ended. County Administrator Randy Oliver emailed Eden this week that prior county hold-ups are fixed and development could start.

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N.M.: Riverbed Hot Springs RV Park review

On Our Grand Tour through New Mexico — the second swing through the Land of Enchantment since we started this adventure — we’ve been having some wonderful experiences. A super relaxing stay at the Riverbend Hot Springs in Truth or Consequences was one of the highlights. The RV park there is tiny, with just six spots, and it’s not fancy, but it offers something extra special.

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GA: Are tiny homes the next big thing in Macon?

Ron Burger, owner of Safe Haven RV Park in Macon, is starting a tiny home community in the park, located off Pio Nono Avenue at Interstate 75. Meanwhile, River Edge Behavioral Health is building a small tiny home community for the homeless.

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Top camping spots for enjoying nature in the Tennessee River Valley

The Tennessee River Valley welcomes millions of visitors each year and while many come for the endless opportunities of outdoor recreation, many come to get away from the hustle and bustle of today’s world. Guests to the region are treated to fresh air, beautiful scenery and a variety of landscapes, abundance of wildlife, pristine waters and majestic mountains.

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