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(Oct. 3, 2013) — The West Virginia Record reports that a woman is suing after she allegedly fell down a staircase in a rental cabin at Berry’s Campground in Hinton.

(Oct. 2, 2013) — The American Recreation Coalition today issued a “report from the trenches” announcing the ramifications of the federal government shutdown as it pertains to national parks and monuments.

(Oct. 2, 2013) — The Cardinal/Ottawa South KOA has become the first of Kampgrounds of America’s 35 Canadian locations to adopt the new KOA Holiday brand, KOA announced today.

(Oct. 2, 2013) — Summer campers at Michigan’s state parks have long enjoyed the advantages of site-specific campground reservations. Soon, campers during the “shoulder season” – mid-September to late May – will also enjoy the benefit.

(Oct. 1, 2013) — A federal judge is asking the Arkansas Supreme Court to weigh in on a legal issue in multiple civil lawsuits filed by relatives of the 20 people killed in a flash flood at Albert Pike Campground, writes the San Francisco Chronicle.

(Oct. 1, 2013) — Although national parks and national wildlife refuges are closed because of the federal government shutdown, Indiana’s 24 state parks and eight reservoir properties remain open for business as usual.

(Oct. 1, 2013) — The Arizona State Parks Department said it will try to minimize the damage to the state’s tourism industry by accommodating campers displaced by the shutdown of the federal government, writes KPHO Phoenix.

(Sept. 30, 2013) — “The City understands the legal dispute and the resulting uncertainty has been difficult for the residents of the Maple Pool Campground. However, when it comes to land use, the City is responsible both legally and legislatively.”

(Sept. 30, 2013) — A government shutdown appears looming in Washington, and workers in the New River Gorge National River Area in West Virginia are poised for a furlough, reports West Virginia MetroNews.

(Sept. 30, 2013) — The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) has launched a member benefit program with Blue Rhino that provides significant discounts on propane, barbecues and other outdoor accessories, ARVC announced today.

(Sept. 30, 2013) — South Haven Family Campground will become the fifth Michigan campground to join the Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort network.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — Two channels of the Platte River, that flow on either side of the Gothenburg KOA, burst over their banks last weekend. But the flood water in the campground is different this time, reports the Gothenburg Times.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — For five years, Jerry Wheeler, owner of Sky Island Campground in Old Fort, has succeeded in frightening locals and out-of-towners with his Scare Island Haunted Trail. This year will be no different, writes McDowell News.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — Vacationer RV Park, a Sunland RV Resort property, is giving guests the opportunity to experience Oktoberfest in El Cajon for free. Courtesy of the event’s coordinators, eligible Vacationer guests will receive two free tickets to the festival.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — Brunswick Family Campground has been voted to have the most awesome family camping sites in the Washington Metropolitan Area. The recognition was given by Red Tricycle, whose mission is to “help busy parents have more fun with their kids.”

(Sept. 26, 2013) — The city’s tourism business is getting a boost from the Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO), which is providing West with a free quarter page display ad in the association’s 2014 RV Travel & Camping Guide to Texas.

(Sept. 26, 2013) — “We wanted to do something to help the Estes Park KOA and the businesses that sponsor its site map as Estes Park works to rebuild the main highways leading into the city. Many of the local businesses did sustain flood damage and the least we could do is helping them with complimentary marketing & publishing for 2014,” said Schaeffer.

(Sept. 26, 2013) — Nineteen California campgrounds and RV parks plan to offer two nights of camping for $50 during the first weekend of October.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — “The Kentucky State Park system is marveled  as one of the premier systems in the United Stats,” said Stumberg. “Their beauty, versatility and amenities provide a wonderful experience for its visitors. Now they will enjoy additional Internet connectivity to add their enjoyment at the parks.”

(Sept. 24, 2013) — The popular Linger Lodge Restaurant & Campground in Bradenton is up for sale again, and the owners hope a better economy means they can finally find a deal, reports the Bradenton Herald.


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