(Jan. 31, 2012) -- Keystone RV Company’s Fuzion toy hauler division announced today the appointment of Tim Markel as product manager. A 10-year industry veteran, Markel most recently served as Keystone Raptor district sales manager for the east and southwest.
(Jan. 31, 2012) -- “I’m happy to share the beauty of the Mountain State with visitors here and abroad,” Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said. “We have so much to offer, from our beautiful state parks, to world-class skiing and whitewater rafting, to top-notch shopping and dining. Start planning your trip today and discover what makes West Virginia so wild and wonderful.”
(Jan. 31, 2012) -- The Los Angeles Times reports that in a standoff with federal forest officials, Caltrans is proposing to abandon California Highway 39 -- a popular, cliff-hanging highway in the San Gabriel Mountains -- because it is too expensive to maintain.
(Jan. 31, 2012) -- The Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands reservation system will be open for Sebago Lake State Park campground reservations only on Feb. 1, and for all state park campgrounds at 9 a.m. Monday, Feb. 6, according to BPL officials.
(Jan. 31, 2012) -- A thin strip of 84 no-frills campsites is nestled between the beach and the residential area of north Morro Bay, Calif. The campground is set to close July 1, but Morro Bay city and business leaders are worried the closure will hurt the city's economy, reports the San Luis Obispo Tribune.
(Jan. 31, 2012) -- Kevin O'Connell has refurbished multiple trailers, such as the Airstream and a 1955 Aljoa Sportsman, piece-by-piece, inside and out, at Russian River Vintage Travel Trailers in Guerneville, Calif. But isn't for the money; just the love of vintage trailers, reports the Sacramento Bee.
(Jan. 31, 2012) -- “I don't believe you,” said Russell, when informed by phone that she was the newest winner. “I feel so bad. I just kept repeating that and then starting crying and shaking. Just a week before we were notified, my husband and I were online researching new tents.”
(Jan. 31, 2012) -- According to the latest National Park economic study, travel and tourism at national parks continue to be economic engines for surrounding getaway communities, reports the Summit County Citizens Voice.
(Jan. 31, 2012) -- A man walking two lapdogs off leash was tasered by a National Park Service ranger after allegedly giving a false name and trying to walk away, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
(Jan. 31, 2012) -- Last week, campers braved snowy roads, logging trucks and falling trees to see what was happening to the Alta Campground, their favorite spot in the Bitterroot National Forest, reports The Missoulian.