(Feb. 6, 2013) -- Camping magazine has teamed up with Kelling Heath Holiday Park to offer the Big Camp at Kelling Heath, a three-night camping event being held April 26-28, reports Out And About Live.
(Feb. 6, 2013) -- Early Monday morning, United States Border Patrol agents were patrolling the ocean off Laguna Beach and observed a panga-style fishing boat near Crystal Cove State Park, writes Patch.com.
(Feb. 6, 2013) -- Over 45 years ago, the Saugerties Town Board let the state take over Bristol Beach. Since then, there has been no development of internal roads, recreation or picnic areas, and no formal trails. Now a member of the town's Conservation Advisory Committee (CAC) would like the town to consider reacquiring the property so it can make improvements, writes the Saugerties Times.
(Feb. 6, 2013) -- After it was announced Jan. 28 that Viola Hamilton resigned as hostess of Falls on the Brazos Park in Marlin, Falls County Commissioners began discussing the current state of the park, reports the Marlin Democrat.
(Feb. 6, 2013) -- “As we approach the National Parks Centennial celebration in 2016 and given the need for the nation to advance an economic vision for our nation’s public lands, Sally Jewell is uniquely qualified to serve as the next Secretary of the Interior,” said Hugelmeyer.
(Feb. 6, 2013) -- By the middle of this summer, a design for the proposed campground at Green Castle Recreation Area is due to be complete, writes the Marshalltown Times Republican.
(Feb. 6, 2013) -- The Longview Daily News reports that Rainier city officials are thinking up ways to lure more anglers and river lovers to town. One idea: turn the empty lot behind the city's sewage plant into an 18-spot dry RV park.
(Feb. 6, 2013) -- Finding the perfect gift for your valentine can seem daunting, but the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America's national parks, has compiled the resources to help you create the perfect Valentine's Day experience - one that also gives back, the NPF announced Tuesday.
(Feb. 6, 2013) -- United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced Monday that 61-year-old Mary Alice Walk, of Midpines, Calif., pleaded guilty to theft of government property, reports the Sierra Sun Times.
(Feb. 6, 2013) -- On Monday, Lee County leaders decided to disagree with a hearing examiner's findings and rejected plans for a new RV park on Pine Island, reports NBC2 News.