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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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Father of Oregon Parks creates 12-mile scenic corridor

Oregon’s first state park superintendent, Samuel H. Boardman, envisioned a coastal park in Curry County. He preferred a National Park, but when that wasn’t possible, he foresaw a state park, the present-day, 1,470-acre Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor.

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Thousand Trails celebrating 50 years of camping history

Thousand Trails kicks off 2019 in historic fashion, celebrating the iconic brand’s 50 years in the campground industry. With 50th Anniversary festivities planned across its network of campgrounds in 2019, the company is offering members and guests opportunities to collect commemorative anniversary pins, contribute to a multi-location time capsule, and participate in contests, themed weekends and planned activities throughout the year.

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ARVC webinar explores options in evicting guests

“When law enforcement hears the word ‘eviction,’ in many cases they interpret this as a landlord-tenant relationship and recommend relief through a civil action,” Sims explained. “Instead, parks need to ask for a guest removal or ejection.”

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Funky glamping site is a new take on the campground

Designed by Z_Lab, the campground has a little something for every type of glamper. A glassy lodge with a modern dining area serves as main gathering place for visitors. Meanwhile, a paved path snakes around the grounds leading from one modern hut to the next.

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MS: Volunteer group helping at Clarkco State Park

“These volunteers have came in, helping us to do projects that otherwise probably wouldn’t even have gotten done,” says Tony Fleming, the park manager for Clarkco State Park. “It’s a lot of man-hours and manpower that it’s taken to do that but these kids have come in here doing this and it’s just been great for us to have them here, to help us here at Clarkco.”

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WA: Enchanted Trails RV Park is a museum piece

The park has a display of vintage cars and trailers that harken back to Route 66’s heyday. Inside the trading post, you’ll find museum-quality artifacts, such as an ancient Wurlitzer organ, old telephones and televisions.

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GA: Council approves conditional use permit for RV park

While the council unanimously approved a conditional use permit for the development — which, according to LTB Holdings LLC President Todd Baldree, would consist of a campground with about 270 lots off Joe Frank Harris Parkway — in late January, the applicant reapplied for a new conditional use permit shortly thereafter.

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