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November Ushers in Prime Camping Season at Texas State Parks

November Ushers in Prime Camping Season at Texas State Parks

AUSTIN – If enjoying cool, crisp evenings snuggled up to a crackling campfire or simply pitching a tent beneath the stars with your family sounds appealing, then head to a Texas State Park where you can watch the leaves turn and shooting stars light up the heavens while making lasting…


Learn to Mountain Bike and Camp Like a Pro

Learn to Mountain Bike and Camp Like a Pro in Texas

Stephen F. Austin State Park Hosting Biking Weekend as Part of Texas Outdoor Family Program SAN FELIPE—Staff at Texas State Parks began the Texas Outdoor Family (TOF) program a few years ago to encourage more people to get outside and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Texas Outdoors—teaching entire…


Embark on a family camping adventure this spring

AUSTIN, Texas – Maybe you’ve already given camping a shot and are ready for that next step in your camping experience. Perhaps you’ve never camped before, but are looking to find that perfect park to spend the night under the stars, far away from the hustle and bustle of daily…


July Fourth Camping Reservations in State Parks Open Soon

PIERRE, S.D. – Camping reservations for Fourth of July weekend open soon for South Dakota state parks. Reservations can be made by calling 800-710-2267 or by going online to www.campsd.com A three-day stay for holiday weekends is required at all parks except Custer State Park. “Fourth of July weekend is…


Common Bear Attractants:

Human Garbage Human garbage is a primary bear attractant. Garbage left out over night has a 70 percent chance of attracting a bear. Garbage put out in the morning has only a two percent chance of attracting a bear. * Trash should be stored during the week in a bear-proof…


Hartford Beach State Park adds new campground

PIERRE, S.D. – One of South Dakota’s oldest state parks now has one of the newest campgrounds. Hartford Beach State Park near Milbank, established in 1945, now features a new 57-site campground, in addition to the original lakeshore campground. “The new campground will allow more visitors to enjoy the beauty…


Overnight camping for Scouts at Fort Delaware

DELAWARE CITY (March 9, 2011) – Boy Scout and Girl Scout groups are invited to enjoy a brand-new Fort Delaware experience with an overnight camping program. Groups of up to 50 adults and children will board the Three Forts Ferry in Delaware City in late afternoon to begin their adventure. Once…


Ohio’s Outdoor Burning Restrictions begin March 1

Spring ushers in Wildfire Season COLUMBUS, OH – Ohioans are urged to be aware of the state’s outdoor burning regulations and take necessary precautions if they are planning to burn debris, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Forestry. Ohio law states that outdoor debris burning…


Yosemite National Park Yosemite Conservancy Seeks $1.3 Million To Fund Life Changing Youth Programs in Yosemite

To cultivate thousands of future environmental stewards, young people will learn about wildlife, experience their first wilderness overnight trip, or become accomplished in trail repair by participating in one of 11 Youth in Yosemite programs to be funded with $1.3 million by Yosemite Conservancy. “Yosemite is nature’s classroom. Connecting youth…


SD Memorial Day Weekend Camping Reservations Open Feb. 26

PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota state park campers can make reservations for Memorial Day weekend, beginning Feb. 26, for Friday, May 27 arrivals. “Memorial Day weekend is very busy in all the parks,” said state Division of Parks and Recreation Director Doug Hofer. “Campers should plan ahead to reserve their…