(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.
(Nov. 9, 2011) -- To address the pollution that has overrun sections of Hempstead Lake State Park, the New York State Parks Department has teamed up with Lakewood Stables in West Hempstead to organize a massive waste removal effort, but they'll need some help, reports Patch.com.
(Nov. 9, 2011) -- Fewer people traveled around North Dakota this summer because of flooding, disrupting lives, businesses and vacations. But the state's tourism division says tourism has rebounded these past three months, reports KFYR.
(Nov. 9, 2011) -- KSNT reports that the Topeka/Capital City KOA Campground has been awarded the 2011 KOA President's Award by Kampgrounds of America. The award was presented on Tuesday at KOA's annual International Convention in Las Vegas, Nev.
(Nov. 8, 2011) -- The display packages come in 6-foot, 4-foot and 3-foot widths and provide a central place for customers to conveniently find all the products they need to restore, protect and maintain their roof, whether rubber, metal or fiberglass.
(Nov. 8, 2011) -- More than 340 Fort Collins families have been displaced in the last dozen years from three mobile home parks shut down to make way for commercial or residential developments. Now another 32 families face the same reality as Bender Mobile Home Park gets ready to shut down, reports The Coloradoan.
(Nov. 8, 2011) -- The Montpelier Creek, Idaho, KOA Campground, owned and operated by Stuart and Kathleen Marshall, was named the Kampgrounds of America Rising Star Award winner Monday.
(Nov. 8, 2011) -- The Orlando Sentinel reports that campgrounds, fishing docks, a conservation area and boardwalks that wind through woods are all part of Winter Garden's plan for a multimillion-dollar recreation and nature area in the city.
(Nov. 8, 2011) -- “The Northeast is a crucial market for NTP and one we’ve been planning to enter holistically for a long time,” said Boyd. “One of the most exciting things about our partnership with Keystone is our ability to grow much quicker than we would have otherwise been able to.”
(Nov. 8, 2011) -- Cousins Rick and Steve Bice and friend Lon Seemann, three longtime Woodward residents, are capitalizing on the popularity of the new High Trestle Trail by making plans to open a bar and grill and six-acre campground, reports the DesMoinesRegister.com.