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Campground's New Owners Planning Open House

On May 20, Dennis and Ellen Gonyaw will welcome community members in Milo, Maine, and anyone who has a love for camping to visit Milo’s newest campground, Gonyaw Springs Water & Campground, the Bangor Daily News reported. The Piscataquis Chamber of Commerce will...

Tribal Elders Get Details On RV Park Development

Tribal elders gathered in the Flathead Indian Nation for a luncheon Thursday (April 27) and they heard about multimillion-dollar development plans, which include an RV park, the Char-Koosta News reported. The luncheon allowed elders to preview the $2.6 million Big Arm...

Coal Co. Lays Out Its Plans For A Pa. Campground

Reading Anthracite Co.’s proposal for a 360-site campground drew a crowd of more than 20 citizens to a zoning hearing Thursday night (April 27) at the Zerbe Township, Pa., municipal building, the News Item reported. The campsite would be the first owned by Reading,...

Alabama Outdoor Park Opens Its New Campsites

There’s a lot going on this weekend at Top Trails Outdoor Park in Talladega, Ala., AL.com reported. The park opened its 29 new campsites, 25 of which are for RVs, and four new two-bedroom cabins. The RV campsites offer level gravel pads with water, sewer and...

Crews Clear Storm Damage At Mo. Campground

Crews spent Thursday (April 27) cleaning up a campground near Shell Knob, Mo., damaged by Wednesday’s strong storms, television station KYTV reported. The Viola Public Use area opens next week near Table Rock Lake. Crews cleared trees over power lines and roads....

Delaware Campgrounds Fighting Lodging Tax Plan

A bill that would tax short-term vacation rentals under Delaware’s 8% lodging tax is facing strong opposition from cape-region business owners who would be most affected, the Cape Gazette reported. “It just can’t happen,” said Kenny Hopkins, Holly Lake Campground...

Fla. Magazine Highlights Camping's Modernization

Camping in an RV resort park can take all kinds of forms these days — from big expensive RVs to popup campers to Airstream rentals for folks who do not have a camper of their own, Splash! Magazine of Pensacola, Fla., reported. “RV camping is like in the 1930s, when...

New Hampshire Outdoors Offer A Lot For Camping

New Hampshire is prime camping country, the Laconia Daily Sun reported. The Granite State is known for spectacular vistas, serene woodland settings, crystal-clear lakes and rivers, and nothing gets you closer to these scenic wonders than camping. Under the stars,...

Weather, Tree Problems Close Calif. Campgrounds

Several northern California campgrounds are closed after U.S. Forest Service officials said severe weather and dead trees have made the areas hazardous, television station KRCR reported. Lassen National Forest officials closed campgrounds on Lake Almanor — Almanor...