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Regs OKed for Hunting in Wisconsin's Parks

Rules aimed at protecting people and dogs in state parks from hunting and trapping mishaps this fall have been approved by the Department of Natural Resources Board. Wisconsin Public Radio reported that Republican legislators and lobbyists for hunting groups have been...

McClain's RV Donating 5K to Learning Center

McClain’s RV SuperStores made a $5,000 donation to the RV Learning Center, bringing its total lifetime donations to $41,000. According to a press release, the RV Learning Center’s annual fundraising campaign will officially kick off at the 2013 RV Dealers...

RV Adventure Videos Draw Crowd at Hershey

The staff at RV Adventure Videos just finished its 10th annual appearance at America’s Largest RV Show in Hershey, Pa. The series of RV adventure talks enhanced by videos of various RV travel opportunities, posted record numbers at the show, owner John Holod reported...

Rangers Unidentified in Wash. Park Shooting

The U.S. Park Service is refusing to identify the rangers involved in a campground shooting near Kettle Falls, Wash., earlier this month. According to the Spokesman-Review, the Washington State Patrol, which is assisting the investigation into the shooting that...

Wyo. Parks Hike Camping Fees to Stay Afloat

Outdoor enthusiasts exploring the wilderness in Wyoming’s Bighorn National Forest can expect an $8 per night fee increase to camp at the Hunter Campground next summer. The Casper Star-Tribune reported that a proposal to raise the fee from $10 to $18 has come...

W. Va. Parks 'Need $3M to Maintain Facilities'

West Virginia State Parks need at least an additional $3 million a year of revenue to adequately maintain facilities, state parks chief Ken Caplinger told legislators Tuesday (Sept. 24). The Charleston Gazette reported that Caplinger said the state parks system has...

TengoInternet, Ky. Parks Expand Relationship

Wifi provider TengoInternet today (Sept. 25) announced an expansion of its two-year relationship with Kentucky State Parks. According to a press release, leading-edge WiFi networks were recently installed in two state park resorts with an additional four parks planned...

Camp-California.com Parks Offering Discount

Nineteen California campgrounds and RV parks plan to offer two nights of camping for $50 during the first weekend of October, according to a press release. “We’re hoping to encourage as many people as possible to visit our campgrounds up and down the state, whether...

AGS/TXAD Stepping Up to Aid Colorado KOA

The two main arteries that supply tourists to Estes Park, Colo. have been closed by recent floods and are not likely to reopen for weeks, if not months. According to a press release, the damaged arteries include U.S. 36 between Lyons and Estes Park and U.S. Highway 34...

TACO Donates Ad Space to Assist Texas City

After suffering more than $35 million in damage during a fertilizer plant explosion last spring, the city of West, Texas, is quickly rebuilding.  More than 130 building permits have been approved since the explosion, said City Councilman Al Vanek. Located about 20...

Police End Two-Hour Standoff at Indiana KOA

A Lafayette, Ind., man was taken into custody after a two-hour standoff with the Crawfordsville Police Department at the Crawfordsville KOA campgrounds. The Lafayette Journal and Courier that, according to Police Chief Mike Norman, dispatchers received a call about 2...

Judge Orders Minn. Campground to Close up

A judge has issued a temporary injunction to keep a controversial campground from operating until it gets a license from the Minnesota Department of Health. The Red Wing Republican Eagle reported that 1st District Judge Lawrence Clark sided with the state health...