(April 20, 2012) -- WDSU New Orleans reports that 67-year-old Robert Delone, a Vietnam veteran, lived in a trailer provided by FEMA after Hurricane Katrina, and both he and his wife suffered from respiratory problems from the formaldehyde. But the payment he received in a settlement was laughable.
(April 20, 2012) -- The Bureau of Land Management’s Mud Springs Campground in Glade Park is now open. The popular 16-site campground typically opens in mid-May, but lower-than-average snowpack this year has allowed BLM to open it early. Until the water is turned on, no fee will be charged to camp at Mud Springs.
(April 20, 2012) -- Georgia's 15,330-acre Lake Sinclair in Milledgeville is a great destination for anglers, and should you plan on visiting there, Killeen Gonzalez, writing for Yahoo! Contributor Network, offers a quick rundown on where to camp.
(April 20, 2012) -- A modified disposal system for the wastewater treatment facility at Pink Citrus RV Park in Bokeelia will be done once the permit is issued within the next few weeks, reports the Pine Island Eagle.
(April 19, 2012) -- Veterans who live at Paradise RV Resort in Sun City would like management of the resort to rehang military flags that were removed during renovation. But the resort manager says the flags violate company rules, an explanation not sitting well with the veterans, reports the Tucson Citizen.
(April 19, 2012) -- "By operating running lights without drawing from a vehicle battery, the Trailer Beacon Light provides RV owners with peace of mind while among the trees or on the dunes," said Kirk. "Trailer Beacon Light installs in seconds and does not require the purchase of any additional parts or accessories."
(April 19, 2012) -- On Tuesday, the Sullivan County Planning Commission recommended against approval of a rezoning request for a 20-site campground on Sportsman Dock Road, reports TriCities.com.
(April 19, 2012) -- To help raise awareness about the Million Moment Mission campaign and the benefits of being outdoors, the L.L.Bean Bootmobile will be traveling the country in 2012. The 13-foot high and 20-foot long vehicle left Boston this week on a Spring/Summer tour designed to raise awareness and funds to help more children learn about and enjoy the national parks.
(April 19, 2012) -- On Monday, a Shepherd, Mont. mother and son were arrested for allegedly attempting to smuggle nearly 1,200 pounds of marijuana, valued at more than $588,000, into the United States with an RV through the Lukeville, Ariz. port, reports KBZK Bozeman News.
(April 19, 2012) -- “Last summer, we ran a similar contest and gave away a Keystone Springdale RV,” said Gast. “We had about 100,000 entries by the end of September. This year, we have nearly matched that total, and we’ve only been going for less than two months!”