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TN: Restored campground to be dedicated

One of the area’s most popular hiking trails, the Fiery Gizzard in the South Cumberland State Park (SCSP), might not have been possible without the work of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal and the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC).

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MB: Reservations for campgrounds set to open

Reservations for Manitoba campgrounds are set to open Monday with opening days for reservations staggered in three stages to make it easier for people to book at their favourite campground, Sustainable Development Minister Rochelle Squires announced Friday.

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CA: Sonoma Coast cleanup planned Saturday

Participants in the March 23 cleanup are asked to meet at 9 a.m. at Goat Rock State Beach near Jenner or North Salmon Creek Beach via Bodega Dunes Campground in Bodega Bay. The state park entry fee at Bodega Dunes will be waived for cleanup participants.

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ME: KOA gets into ‘glamping’ game

A long-established campground in Town Hill is proposing to replace many of its existing tent and cabin sites with canvas tents on wood platforms, each with electricity, hot and cold running water and bathrooms.

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ARVC seeks Park of the Year Award nominations

“The awards are given to recognize each park’s commitment to excellence. It is an honor well worth pursuing,” said Bambei. “The nominated parks are evaluated by the judges based on criteria such as guest experience, customer service, marketing and industry involvement.”

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AZ: National park regulations pass test at Grand Canyon

Rules dampen the impacts of park admirers, too. Visitation has soared from a trickle in the beginning to a record 6.25 million people entering the park in 2017. But rules have corralled the potentially disastrous impacts of 212 million visitors over 100 years, keeping this national park a mostly pristine four-season experience.

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CA: Lake Hemet RV renters face uncertain future

Nearly one month after torrential rainfall caused major flooding and mud flow to areas of Lake Hemet Campground, RV campground site renters face uncertain futures. Additional rains could cause further flooding and campground renters’ rights may be limited.

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