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Category Archives: Camping

Texas Outdoor Family – Big Bend Ranch State Park (3 night special)

Ever dream of taking a camping to the Big Bend region but just don’t know where to start? This 3 night guided trip takes you on a car camping adventure to Texas’s Biggest State Park. Highlights include camping and floating down the Rio Grande, guided hikes to rock art and…


Monthly and seasonal Minnesota state parks campsite reservations due by April 1

Spring is quickly approaching and so is the deadline for campers to reserve their extended-stay monthly or seasonal spot at one of five Minnesota state parks. All reservations must be made before Thursday, April 1. A lottery will be held April 1 to determine which reservations will be recognized if…


Applications for Season Camping at Imperial Wildlife Area Now Being Accepted

The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is accepting applications for limited camping permits during waterfowl hunting season at Imperial Wildlife Area (IWA). All camping in the area is by permit only in designated sites; permit holders may use their assigned space at any time during the 2009-10 season. Applications…


IDNR Accepting Campsite Reservations for the 2009 Camping Season

Campers can make reservations by phone, mail, or in person SPRINGFIELD – Reservations for the 2009 camping season at Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) campsites, cabins, group campsites and picnic shelters can be made by mail beginning January 2nd and in person or over the phone beginning February 1st,…


Michigan State Parks and Recreation Areas Offer Winter Camping

The Department of Natural Resources wants to remind winter outdoor enthusiasts that there are state parks and recreation areas that remain open to offer camping opportunities throughout the winter season. “For your winter camping adventures, there are state parks or recreation areas that remain open for camping and other outdoor…


Camping 101-South Texas Style Offered At Texas State Parks

LAREDO, Texas — South Texas families who may have always wanted to go camping together, but weren’t sure how to go about it, are encouraged to consider bilingual weekend campouts this winter at state parks near the Texas central coast, the Laredo area and the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Earlier…


Volunteer Campground Hosts Recognized For Their Service

BRIGHTON – The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) said “thank you” to a group of important volunteers at a celebration event last week. The sixth annual Campground Host Appreciation Event took place at Lake Darling State Park Sept. 9. Roughly one-third of Iowa’s 110 campground hosts attended the celebration that…


Hungry Bear Can Ruin a Camping Trip

Whether it’s a late summer camping trip or a stay at a cozy cabin in the woods, there’s always a possibility for a black bear sighting or encounter in North Georgia. With more than 75 established campgrounds and an estimated 1,200-1,500 black bears in North Georgia alone, campers should always…


Horse Riding/Camping Event, Salamonie Reservoir, Sept. 19-21

Saddle up! The Salamonie Riders Rendezvous is coming to Salamonie Reservoir, Sept. 19-21. Bring your horses and camp for the weekend or come out for the day and enjoy the sessions. All are welcome. “This third annual event promises good food, interesting information and a chance to enjoy meeting new…


New Partnerships at Mitchell State Park Benefit Campers

Department of Natural Resources state parks and recreation officials today announced Mitchell State Park has formed a partnership with the Cadillac/Wexford Transit Authority (CWTA) and Niche Communications to benefit campers at Mitchell State Park. The partnership offers campers a great fuel saving opportunity as they will be able to take…