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Jellystone Parks planning Mother’s Day activities

Activities range from mother-child look-alike contests to mom-versus-kids relay races to family dances to special classes just for moms. Moms who stay at Jellystone Park locations over Mother’s Day weekend will also receive a free commemorative cup while supplies last.

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AZ: Virgin River Canyon Campground temporarily closed

The Bureau of Land Management Arizona Strip Field Office will close the Virgin River Canyon Recreation Area Campground beginning April 8 in order to complete needed renovations of the restrooms and other infrastructure to ensure the health and safety of visitors.

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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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LA: U.S. Forest Service will increase recreation fees on May 1

The goal of these fee increases is to establish consistent pricing for developed sites in the forest. The current prices are extremely low and do not reflect the services and amenities available at the sites. The increased prices will also better align the forest with other recreation providers offering similar services.

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PA: Pa. state park, forest system by the numbers

The Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation, which was created 20 years ago to support the state parks and state forests of Pennsylvania, in January released a report, “The Legacy of Pennsylvania’s State Parks and Forests: The Future is in Our Hands,” which outlined “the billion dollar need for infrastructure investments in our state parks and forests.”

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S.C.: Lakewood Camping Resort celebrates 60th anniversary

“We have always started the brainstorming process with the simple question, ‘What is it that a young family wants out of a vacation, and how can we give it to them?’” said Perry. The original 125-site campground now offers 1,900 camping sites as well as vacation villas.

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N.Y.: Project Help plans camping trips for veterans

“The plan is simple and straight forward”, said Mitchell. There will be three weekends dedicated to the Vet Camp. July is for the women, August for families and September for the men. The only thing the vets will have to supply, aside from personal items, is their ride to and from Oakland Valley Campground. Food and activities are all free.”

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