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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…


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…


Hill Country State Natural Area trail named ‘Most Challenging Ride’

BANDERA, Texas-Texas Horse Talk magazine readers have named a limestone trail through Hill Country State Natural Area the “Most Challenging Ride” in Texas. The trail, named Stair Step, leads horseback riders up a hill of narrow limestone steps, guaranteeing a perilous and exhilarating ride. “We [at the park] are proud…


Kansas State Parks Offer Off Season Bargains

Cabins, reduced prices, uncrowded conditions make parks attractive in fall and winter PRATT — Summer is over, but for many outdoorsmen and women, that doesn’t mean the end of Kansas state park visitation. Many hunters and anglers — and even campers looking for a cool-season adventure — take advantage of…


Ike Update From TPWD: Game Wardens Deployed, 32 State Parks Closed, Others Accept Evacuees

9/13/2008 – Below is information sent by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to the Governor’s Press Office today. The governor’s office is coordinating official communication about Ike for the State of Texas, including TPWD activities. The following information is provided as a service and convenience for TPWD’s audience. For complete…


Visiting State Parks Now Offers Value and Fewer Crowds

Alabama State Park campgrounds were popular destinations during the recent July 4 holiday. Parks Promotions Director Randy Jinks reports that all the larger campgrounds were at full capacity during the weekend with some parks having to turn campers away. Jinks said this was the second major holiday this summer where…


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…


Twin Lakes State Park Continues Partnerships With Local Businesses to Benefit Campers

Twin Lakes State Park today announced the Adventure Mining Company has joined the park’s growing list of local businesses who are offering discounts to campers during the 2008 camping season. Adventure Mining Company, Dave’s Woodbin, Hallmark Hair Salon, Krupp’s Mini-Mart, Krupp’s Resort, Parkview Lodge & Grill, Twin Lakes Convenience, Twin…


Ludington State Park Reopens

Department of Natural Resources parks and recreation officials today announced Ludington State Park has reopened. “We’re back in business,” said Dan Flaherty, park supervisor. “Only a few of the 345 sites in the campground may remain closed over the next few days due to wet conditions, but we have full…