Incoming CampCalNOW RV Park and Campground Alliance (CampCalNOW) President Dyana Kelley was featured in a Fox News report last week that demonstrates how association directors can serve as expert travel guides, while also promoting their state campground directories, according to a press release.

In Kelley’s latest Fox 40 appearance, her fourth on the Sacramento, Calif., Fox News affiliate during the past two months, she highlighted interesting and historic bridges that are great places to explore, while also highlighting Camp-California! The Camper’s Guide to California and Nevada, as a travel planning resource.

The landmarks featured in Kelley’s report, which can be seen here, included the Sundial Bridge in Redding, a forested city about 162 miles north of Sacramento.

“It’s an actual sundial,” Kelley said. “It moves about a foot every minute. While you are out walking on the bridge, you can actually see the movement take place!”

Kelley added that Redding also has many other attractions, including the Turtle Bay Exploration Park, which features a museum, a forestry and wildlife center, an arboretum and botanical, in addition to serving as a gateway to Sacramento River trails.

Kelley also highlighted the historic Rainbow Bridge near Truckee, which offers a commanding view of Donner Lake in the High Sierra.

“The Rainbow Bridge was built in the 1920s, but it actually has a grade and a compound curve, which means it goes up and curves simultaneously,” she said, adding that other attractions in the Truckee area include wildflowers, petroglyphs and abandoned train tunnels, which date back to the late 1800s.

In the Sierra foothills, Kelley suggests a visit to the 730-foot Foresthill Bridge, the fifth highest bridge in the U.S., which crosses the North Fork of the American River. She also recommends a quick trip to see the historic “I Street Bridge” in Sacramento, which is soon scheduled to be demolished and rebuilt.

“(The I Street Bridge) is one of the last remaining double decker swing bridges, which means it carries pedestrian traffic and vehicle traffic on top and railroad traffic underneath,” she said. “It also pivots 90 degrees to let ships pass.”

Of course, no report on bridges would be complete without referencing California’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, which Kelley referenced at the end of her report, while also noting that travelers can pick up a copy of the Camp-California guide at the Golden Gate Welcome Center.

Kelley’s previous Fox 40 report, which aired June 26, highlighted five different Northern California campgrounds from the Sierra Nevada to Sonoma County, all of which feature rental accommodations.

The report can be viewed here.

Kelley’s initial report aired May 13. The segment, which can be viewed here, focused on family friendly day hikes within three hours of Sacramento.

In another report on June 3, Kelley talked about caving destinations, a key focus of Camp-California.com’s 2019 campground directory. The 5 minute, 26-second segment, which can be viewed here, included a separate segment featuring a Fox News reporter who actually visited Moaning Caverns, the largest single cave chamber in California. Caving is an activity featured on the cover of this year’s camping guide, Camp-California! The Campers Guide to California and Nevada

CampCalNow’s media outreach efforts include regular outreach to television and radio stations, as well as newspapers and magazines and engagement with bloggers and social media influencers, stated the release.