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WI: Christmas trees are better in state’s great outdoors

(Nov. 26, 2018) — Yes, we’re sure the one in your living room or family room is a thing of glittering beauty, but for many Wisconsinites it is a reminder that we have vast campgrounds across the state that offer up thousands of pines, balsams and spruce in all their natural glory and once the holiday season is past, our thoughts will once again turn to the outdoors.

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MN: Council approves land purchase

(Nov. 26, 2018) — “It was a big step to come to this purchase agreement. We’ve been working on getting the land for about two years, and we were finally able to get a purchase agreement signed off,” Huston said. “It’s prime spot for an adventure park. With the campground opening next year — the Black Beach Campground — it’s going to work out really nicely for us.”

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N.S.: Missed deadline will not impact Big Pond campground

(Nov. 23, 2018) — A lawyer for the developer seeking to build a campground development in Big Pond missed a deadline to file a submission to the provincial regulator by 89 minutes and as a result the group opposed to the project sought to have the document ruled inadmissible.

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WA: Point of Rocks RV park review

(Nov. 22, 2018) — Over these past few weeks, we’ve hit the jackpot on finding some amazing places to park for the night — or a week — including a fantastic find in Prescott, Arizona, a cool little city where we did some serious shopping in the historic downtown, and also loaded up on staples at Trader Joe’s.

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N.Y.: DEC seeks comment on Hinckley expansion plan

(Nov. 22, 2018) — The state Department of Environmental Conservation is holding a public meeting to discuss “proposed and significantly expanded recreational opportunities at the Hinckley Reservoir Day Use Area,” according to a news release.

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IA: Campground improvements in Lake View put on hold

(Nov. 22, 2018) — The Lake View City Council has put proposed improvements to a campground in town on the “backburner” after bids for the project came in higher than expected. Administrator, Scott Peterson, says the city had intended to make extensive changes to Camp Crescent on Black Hawk Lake’s northwest shore.

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WA: Olympic Peninsula KOA won award

(Nov. 22, 2018) — Kampgrounds of America recently announced that the Olympic Peninsula/Port Angeles KOA Journey Campground has been awarded the KOA Founder’s Award as well as the 2019 KOA President’s Award.

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FL: Weeki Wachee Springs State Park undergoes renovations

(Nov. 21, 2018) — “Safety is our number one concern, so leveling out the sidewalks is always a big priority for us. Re-doing the bridge is another priority — that bridge is pretty old,” John Anthanason, public relations manager for Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, said.

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PA: Holiday in the wilds set at Kinzua Bridge State Park

(Nov. 21, 2018) — The event will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will include food from Little Sister’s Big Rig and handcrafted items from eight vendors: Alpaca Creations, Rich Valley Apiary, Petal, Peggy Hauser, Jabebo, Palace Apiary, Blackberry and Sage Market and Straub Brewery Inc.

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TX: Council requests new groundwater storage tank

(Nov. 21, 2018) — Rescheduled due to the Monday closure of city offices in recognition of Veterans Day, the Navasota City Council met in regular session Tuesday, Nov. 13, and took action on a number of items including the resolution of the cracked groundwater storage tank.

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