(Oct. 31, 2012) -- At the Bar Harbor RV Park and Marina in Maryland, one boat was half submerged, and a second had capsized, reports The Dagger.
(Oct. 31, 2012) -- National Products offers RV owners a new line of step mats for racing fans. Easy to clean and to install, the mats feature a black-and-white checkerboard pattern. The mats weigh 26 ounces and come with bound edges, action back, spring loaded installation.
(Oct. 31, 2012) -- Sky Hi Daily News reports authorities have confirmed that the 62-year-old man who was airlifted to a Front Range hospital from the Roaring Fork Campground in Arapaho Bay, Colo. on Saturday, Sept. 8, suffered a bullet wound.
(Oct. 31, 2012) -- According to a report in the Jamestown Post Journal, trailers, garages and even houses were flooded thanks to the remnants of Hurricane Sandy around Bear Lake, N.Y. on Tuesday.
(Oct. 31, 2012) -- In response to increased complaints and collisions on local trails, the National Park Service has teamed with the Concerned Off-Road Bicyclist Association to promote safe and courteous riding in the Santa Monica Mountains.
(Oct. 31, 2012) -- While many Delaware State Parks opened today, the Brandywine Zoo, Cape Henlopen State Park and Delaware Seashore State Park remained closed for cleanup and assessment of Hurricane Sandy’s impact until further notice.
(Oct. 31, 2012) -- Deanna Darr, writing for Boise Weekly, discovers the deluxe cabins at Ponderosa State Park in Idaho.
(Oct. 31, 2012) -- The New Zealand Herald reports that a young couple with a baby were camping near Flock Hill station in the Canterbury high country when the swollen Broken River cut them off yesterday.
(Oct. 31, 2012) -- Texas Tech students are camping out at Raiderville to prepare for Saturday's game against the Texas Longhorns. Game admittance will be based on the day students begin camping out and the number of times they are checked in, writes MYfoxLUBBOCK.COM.
(Oct. 31, 2012) -- Great Smoky Mountains National Park plans to implement changes to its current backcountry reservation and permitting process in early 2013, reports Waynesville Smoky Mountain News.