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Thomas Fire Is 91% Contained, State Over Budget

Firefighters are close to completing containment lines around the remnants of the huge wildfire that scorched two southern California counties this month and added to the state’s enormous bill for fighting wildland blazes. According to NBC 4, the Thomas Fire was...

AAA: Holiday Gas Spike Should Stabilize for 2018

This year’s holiday driving demand — the highest on record — has led to a temporary spike in gas pump prices. The Daily Times reported that AAA projected that more than 97 million Americans embarked on road trips during the Christmas holiday alone, causing the...

Williston, Fla. Site Approved For RV Park Project

A 180-acre site located on the southeastern edge of Williston, Fla., has been approved by the county for use as a prospective RV park. According to the Chiefland Citizen, Jose Morales’ requests for the site, which included changes to part of the property’s land-use...

N.M.'s South Fork Campground May Reopen Soon

With a bit of luck, the South Fork Campground in New Mexico’s Lincoln National Forest might be reopened in 2018, a ranger for the Smokey Bear District said recently. According to the Ruidoso News, speaking to Lincoln County commissioners at their meeting last...

Ill. Representative Works To Open 2 Campgrounds

For many years, Kankakee River State Park in northern Illinois, has been listed as the one of the most popular in Illinois with an estimated 1.6 million visitors annually earlier in this decade. According to the Daily Journal, in recent years, attendance has been...

Tents For Troops Seeks Additional Campgrounds

Tents For Troops, a Washington-based non-profit that has offered free RV park and camping sites to active duty military personal for over eight years, is looking for more parks to join its program. The Tents for Troops program started with just one single park, Toutle...

FEMA Trailers Being Sold Despite Victim Demand

The federal government typically spends up to $150,000 apiece — not counting utilities, maintenance or labor — on the trailers it leases to disaster victims, then auctions them at cut-rate prices after 18 months of use or the first sign of minor damage, the Associated...