(Nov. 9, 2011) -- State lawmakers are considering legislation that would open more state-owned land to horseback riding, but the proposal could end up costing Michigan millions of dollars in federal grant money, reports Michigan Radio.
(Nov. 9, 2011) -- The Daily News Online reports that New York's Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation and Department of Environmental Conservation are sponsoring a camping photo contest to highlight the best of the state's great outdoors, and the deadline is approaching.
(Nov. 9, 2011) -- The Trust for Public Land, National Park Service and others met Monday to celebrate Congaree National Park's 35-year history and the park's acquisition of 1,840 acres of Riverstone property, reports The Times and Democrat.
(Nov. 9, 2011) -- “Camping World is proud to partner with Phoenix International Raceway as the official provider of RV and camping accessories, parts, service, sales and rentals. It’s our chance to give back to the racing community, allowing us the privilege of providing the gear and supplies that race fans need when they are at this premier racing venue in their RVs.”
(Nov. 9, 2011) -- Responding to input from its national dealer network, Heartland Recreational Vehicles LLC announced today it has upgraded the company’s proprietary Fast Track warranty website to streamline claim entries and better service customers.
(Nov. 9, 2011) -- On Monday, U.S. Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) joined National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis and several others at Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park for a signing ceremony to officially dedicate the site as the United States’ 397th National Park, reports ParamusPost.com.
(Nov. 9, 2011) -- This week's recipe is for squash and apple bake. Pat Jett loves making this recipe in a “toss-away” pan and sharing it with others. She’s been a full-time RVer for more than seven years.
(Nov. 9, 2011) -- As national attention focuses on the football rivalry between Auburn University and the University of Alabama, Tiffin Motorhomes is capitalizing on fan interest to market their Alabama-built motorhomes.
(Nov. 9, 2011) -- On Monday, Michael Wayne Hales, a well-known Poquoson businessman, was sentenced to five years in prison, with all but one year of the incarceration suspended, for stabbing and seriously injuring a North Carolina man at a Thousand Trails campground a year ago, reports the Daily Press.
(Nov. 9, 2011) -- City Manager Mark LeCouris is strongly recommending the City Commission not pay $4.5 million to purchase the former Linger Longer Mobile Home Park, because of the cost of developing it and the financial uncertainties and risk of operating an RV park and boat launch at the site, reports the Suncoast News.