(Oct. 16, 2012) -- This book, "Airstream Memories," is the first-ever to tell the remarkable Airstream success story through the unique medium of collectibles and memorabilia. The book contains some 370 pictures of more than 425 separate pieces of Airstream memorabilia from the authors' collection.
(Oct. 15, 2012) -- The hidden $54 million found this summer in the California state parks system won't provide any more money for Chino Hills State Park to open more than four days a week again this year, reports the Contra Costa Times.
(Oct. 16, 2012) -- North Dakota is bucking the trend being seen in other state parks throughout the nation. Instead of having to cut services or even close parks, North Dakota is looking at how the parks can better serve their customers.
(Oct. 15, 2012) -- A recreational camping area within Park Rapids, Minn. owned by Northern Lakes Company will be allowed to add an additional 24 campsites, reports the Park Rapids Enterprise.
(Oct. 15, 2012) -- Retail sales in the United States rose a stronger than expected 1.1 percent in September 2012 following upwardly revised 1.2 percent (was 0.9 percent) and 0.7 percent (was 0.6 percent) gains in August and July. Total Canadian net worth was revised upward to $6.88 trillion in the first quarter of 2012 from $6.46 trillion previously, and the market value of Canadian household net worth rose by 0.9 percent ($61 billion) in the second quarter of 2012 to $6.94 trillion.
(Oct. 15, 2012) -- Nappanee, Ind.-based Gulf Stream Coach has added Kilgore’s Enterprises to their dealer network. Kilgore’s, based in Creston, Iowa, will represent the Canyon Trail, Innsbruck, and Ameri-Lite brands.
(Oct. 15, 2012) -- The Press Herald reports this summer many more were lured to Maine's state park campgrounds -- and officials think camping at state parks may be making a comeback.
(Oct. 15, 2012) -- Clay County Park Manager Linda Mein told those gathered at the Wakefield Chamber’s regular Wednesday forum that the park's campground has come a long way in the last 45 years. Today a tent is a rare site, and the campground is instead filled with $10,000 to $100,000 campers, reports the Clay Center Dispatch.
(Oct. 15, 2012) -- The consensus among members of the Blue Earth City Council in Minnesota seems to be that the expense and hassle of operating a campground in the city may be too much for the city to continue to handle, reports the Faribault County Register.
(Oct. 15, 2012) -- Guy J. Salomon, 55, of New Gretna, N.J. died Thursday, Oct. 11. He owned and operated the Atlantic City North Family Campgrounds with his wife Colleen.