A project that would build a motorsports park and RV campground on Lykers Road is generating considerable interest in the Town of Carlisle.Carlisle’s Planning Board will continue a public hearing on the proposal from James Slaughter, owner of Diamond Back Motor Cross, at its next meeting April 9, 7:30 p.m. at the town hall.
“I Love My Park Day is a statewide event sponsored by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation and Parks & Trails New York to enhance parks, historic sites, and public lands by raising awareness and visibility of the state’s outdoor recreation assets and their needs,” a press release said.
Seattle is bookended by a bay and a massive lake, so it’s surrounded by beautiful water views. But there’s something special about getting out there and camping next to the water, even if you’re just an hour or two away from home.
Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn and other officials Friday dedicated new campgrounds and other facilities at Caledonia State Park and discussed how the Restore Pennsylvania proposal could help address green infrastructure needs in the state.
The franchise network’s park operators are adding major new water features at several locations this year, including water slides, lazy rivers and floating obstacle courses. One park operator in Texas is even building a pirate ship with cabin compartments that families can rent for a one-of-a-kind experience.
“It was a free for all when we were here,” visitor Deborah Westfall said. “We stayed here for a week but reservations would be easier for people, you know not fighting over the spot.”
Ron Kolebuck has been coming to the Big Sandy Campground for more than 40 years. His wife, Mary, who passed away eight years ago, will now have a permanent spot inside, with a park bench.
Spring has given Joshua Tree National Park its own piece of the super bloom, bringing not only wildflowers but also big, white blossoms on the Joshua trees.
Last month, they were underwater but workers at Point Mallard say after record flooding, they now have the place cleaned up. With fresh gravel and kids in the playground, the park looks poised for summer.
camping has evolved with society’s need for comfort and our pursuit for the finer things in life, like a real toilet and running water. We understand this term as “glamping,” where nature meets luxury and getting in touch with the great outdoors is, well, not what it used to be.
For more than two decades, Ricky has been working year-round in some of Larimer County’s prettiest areas with the great outdoors and his truck as his primary office. He sees wildlife close up, not just on the side of the road, including raptors, bobcat, mountain lions, deer, elk, fox, coyotes and more, and does everything he can to offer a great camping experience without dangerous wildlife encounters.
Mississinewa Lake is in the middle of implementing $1.2 million in new improvements to the property, including a new archery range and more seasonal campsites.
The Walla Walla District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, invites interested parties to submit proposals for a mobile commercial concession at Dent Acres Campground, at Corps of Engineers-operated campground on Dworshak Dam and Reservoir, near Orofino.
The owner of a seasonal RV campground located at a 100-acre property on Concession Road 5 just north of Loretto has lost the township’s support to operate year-round.
A Yukon small claims court judge has ordered Beaver Creek RV Park to pay an Ontario couple more than $5,000 for selling them watered-down gas mixed with diesel that caused their rental vehicle to break down.
Lisa Bevenour and Andrew Dize have been busy cleaning, painting and planning for the official April 26 start date. Bumble Bee will then be open until Oct. 26.