(March 21, 2012) -- The water supply at the Little Sahara Recreation Area (LSRA) campgrounds is scheduled to be turned on Thursday, March 29, just in time for those who are planning on visiting LSRA during the Easter weekend. In the interim, visitors can get water at the Willard R. Fulmer Visitors Center year-round.
(March 20, 2012) -- Thousands of recreation vehicle owners are expected to arrive in Phoenix this week for The Rally, one of three large gatherings of RV enthusiasts scheduled this year by Good Sam Enterprises.
(March 20, 2012) -- The Grenier family can hardly wait for Spring Break. Not only because they can spend some time at the Jellystone Park Camp-Resort, but because the timing might work out to bottle feed the park’s newest members – a new generation of Nubian dairy goats.
(March 20, 2012) -- Death Valley authorities are asking for the public's help in locating a man who vanished from the Mesquite Spring campground in Death Valley National Park, while walking from his campfire to his tent, reports the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
(March 20, 2012) -- According to Duke Realty Corp., the realty company leading the project, the $90 million renovation and construction of Navistar Inc.'s new Lisle headquarters is finished, reports Suburban Life Publications.
(March 20, 2012) -- The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) new state park and recreation area reservation system will be operational again starting Thursday, March 22 at 10 a.m. Due to expected high demand, reservations will only be accepted for specific dates during the initial eight-day rollout.
(March 20, 2012) -- A fifth-wheel trailer was destroyed by fire early yesterday morning at the Arrowhead Campground RV Park in Pasco. Investigators are still trying to determine a cause, but Capt. Dave Hare did offer a general safety warning to residents, reports the Bellingham Herald.
(March 20, 2012) -- In Nevada's gold country, the global boom that has pushed gold prices to an all-time high has brought an influx of jobs to mining towns like Elko. But the boom has also brought its challenges, such as finding housing in the town for all the new arrivals, reports msnbc.com.
(March 20, 2012) -- Under the agreement, energy efficient lighting, water systems, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, and other conservation measures will be installed at nine of Kentucky's resort parks.
(March 20, 2012) -- The Union Grove Old Time Fiddlers’ Convention was shut down before the 1980 convention could be held, under allegations of "illegal drugs, liquor, guns and open sex." But now Casey VanHoy, whose family started the convention in 1924, is bringing it back to Union Grove, reports the Salisbury Post.