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APA to decide on campgrounds, state land

(Nov. 7, 2018) — The state Adirondack Park Agency will host its monthly meeting on Thursday and Friday this week at agency headquarters in Ray Brook, and on the agenda are two small projects as well as several state Department of Environmental Conservation plans.

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Winter Texas head to the Lone Star State

(Nov. 5, 2018) — Winter Texans are making their annual pilgrimage to campgrounds and RV parks across the Lone Star State, bringing an economic boost to communities throughout the state while they enjoy activities and meals together with their winter friends.

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WA: RV park review – Monte Bello shines in Taos

(Nov. 5, 2018) — No sooner had we asked for tips on how to find rave-worthy RV resorts, then we struck gold in Taos, New Mexico. We wanted to be close to the charming, art-loving city, but that’s the only quality lacking at Monte Bello RV Park.

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IL: Campgrounds to enjoy weekends around Chicago

(Nov. 5, 2018) — Chicago is a huge city but the wilds are not far away. Are you not fed-up with same warm-weather weekend routine like drinks in the evening on Fridays, participate in some street festival on Saturdays, and feast on Sunday? It is not bad but have you ever considered about enjoying the wilderness that surrounds you.

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Jellystone Park third quarter sales surge nearly 19%

(Nov. 5, 2018) — Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts 2018 sales continued to surge in the third quarter with another double-digit same-park sales increase. Sales at the nation’s second-largest franchise campground network were up 18.8 percent for the quarter ending September 30.

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WA: 6 national parks perfect for RVers

(Nov. 5, 2018) — One of the reasons we’re loving these destinations is due to our RV, which makes shoulder-season travel comfortable. After a sometimes-rocky start, we’re finally getting used to living in a tiny home on wheels.

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OR: Camp in a deluxe cabin at 6 Oregon state parks

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Camping isn’t for everyone. For some, the idea of crawling into a sleeping bag on top of a foam pad on the ground, separated from the elements by nothing more than a thin tent wall, is nothing short of a nightmare.

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AZ: State parks at risk of losing funding

(Nov. 2, 2018) — As a public lands organizer with Arizona Wildlife Federation, I work to protect Arizona’s outdoor spaces. Our state has a strong State Park system that provides recreation opportunities to families across Arizona.

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