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Lots to do in Northern Arizona this spring and summer

While the Grand Canyon is the primary tourist draw in Northern Arizona, along with the Grand Canyon Railway, which offers daily roundtrip excursions from Williams to the South Rim, there are a variety of other state and national parks, historical sites, museums, cultural events and even an astronomical observatory that capture the attention of out-of-state tourists as well as Arizona residents.

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New RV resorts planned for Arizona in 2019

Carl J. Rygg is building Sonora RV Resort, a 70-site resort on a 20-acre site that he expects to open by fall of this year. The $2 million resort is on the west side of State Route 85, about 13 miles north of downtown Gila Bend.

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IA: Compromise reached on campground issues

Compromises on infrastructure issues at Five Island Campground have been reached. Three areas of sanitary sewer pipe will be repaired, and warranty will also be extended. The system will also be viewed with a camera before the warranty expires.

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MB: New changes coming to Morden’s campground

“A lot of it is just getting the fire pits, picnic tables, the sites cleaned up, garbage and that sort of stuff, that have happened over the Winter. Opening the office and restocking it, and hoping we can turn the water on in time, but we need to make sure the ground isn’t frozen to do that,” Clare Agnew, Community Services & Events Manager said

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Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve

Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in Colorado offers a much bigger and more accessible dune field than any other unit of the National Park System. These are, in fact, the highest dunes in North America and have been protected since local residents successfully lobbied for a 1932 national monument proclamation.

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CA: 5 campsites within two hours of Los Angeles

One of the best things about Los Angeles is that it has mountains, beaches, and deserts all relatively close to its urban zones. Since it can be easy to forget just how close those resources are, this list highlights a few great campsites within about two hours of central LA.

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Jellystone Park at Mammoth Cave to open 103 more campsites, 29 cabins

“By the end of April, we hope to have them ready,” said Bill Pott, who co-owns and operates the park with his wife, Kay, and their daughter, Emily Moss.The new campsites and cabins will complete the first phase of a $10.7 million expansion of the park, which included last summer’s opening of Karst Beach and the opening of a Nathan’s Famous hot dog franchise.

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20 spectacular lodgings in America’s National Parks

Planning a trip to Yosemite, Denali, or one of the other 59 national parks in the United States? Instead of holing up at a chain hotel miles away from the action, consider bunking at one of the many accommodations found right inside or nearby a national park.

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