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MA: Mashpee campground sold for $3.6 million

Otis Trailer Village, a family-friendly park in Mashpee consisting of more than 21 acres of campground, has been sold, according to a statement issued by NAI Glickman Kovago & Jacobs, a Worcester-based real estate firm that coordinated the sale.

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N.Y.: Preparations to open current and new campsites

Under new ownership and re-branding, Hammondsport/Bath KOA Resort, formerly Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort, will open their new site April 26.It is the sister resort to the Watkins Glen/Corning KOA Resort location. It provides toddler-friendly activities from sprinkler playgrounds to mini golf.

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VA: Fees to increase at a number of area recreation sites

Bark Camp Campground in Scott County, High Knob Day Use in Wise County, Hurricane Campground and Raccoon Branch Campground in Smyth County, and Stony Fork Campground in Wythe County will all see small fee increases through 2021, according to a written statement on the Forest Service website.

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WA: Seattle-area camping trips for everyone

Whether you’re looking for a jumping-off point for some fantastic hikes, a leisurely stay in a cabin, or a dip in the sound, there’s a campsite for every taste, many even accessible by transit. And with a recent renovation of Washington State Parks’s online reservation system, more campsites than ever can be yours with just a few clicks or taps.

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B.C.: Proposed campsite at Begbie Falls

There is a proposal to develop a new campsite by Begbie Falls. According to the Ministry of Forests, the province is committed to increasing public recreation opportunities and is in the third year of a campsite expansion project.

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Conference set for campgrounds in northern plains region

“During our recent restructuring, we heard what campground owners wanted,” said Miller. “We moved the meeting date to May so those who travel south for the winter have a chance to attend. We moved the location to the capital area to make it more central to all of our members.”

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CA: Summer slow to come to Sequoia and Kings Canyon

When your snowfall through early April is more than 150 percent of normal, you know you’ve got a long way to go before summer. At Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks in the High Sierra of California, that snowpack, and a good number of hazardous trees, means there will be some delays in opening facilities.

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Manitoba Parks expecting busy summer

The start of summer camping season is still months away, but that isn’t stopping Manitobans from dreaming of tents and campfires. Elisabeth Ostrop with Manitoba Parks says they have already seen huge numbers in campsite bookings.

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