Pay $2,000 for an overnight Glamping experience in Manhattan

The glamping experience at the AKA Central Park has gone up to $2000 for a night’s stay. This package includes a stay on 17th floor of the Midtown building around a balcony of 1000 square foot. The general manager of AKA Central Park was glad while speaking about this and he said that the visitors […]

Yellow river state

Yellow River State’s Camping Resumes

Camping in northeast Iowa’s Yellow River State Forest resumed but for a limited time period, after severe weather washed down the area last month. The Natural Resources Department confirmed that camping has reopened at the campground of Big Paint Creek after the debris got removed following a major cleaning process. The June-end storms covered Allamakee […]

TRIAD camping

Camping adventures for the disabled organized by TRIAD

This was the third time for a unique camping adventure being organized by Technology Learning Center with the members of TRIAD Service AmeriCorps. Both the organizations are affiliated with Southern Miss Institute for Disability Studies. The camping trip aimed at offering the disabled children and the young adults with both indoor and outdoor adventures. Twenty […]

Buchanan County Extension

Camping and Backpacking at Fontana Park and Yellow River Forest

The Buchanan County Extension and the County Conservation Board are extending overnight opportunities for the youth who are entering sixth through the eight grades. The Outdoors Adventures Program (OAP) provides the youth with valuable opportunities so that they can learn the outdoor skills and also experience the outdoors. This includes camping out in the Fontana […]


Free Camping at Stanley Recreation Ground

Stanley would very soon have an area allotted for the parking of recreational vehicles. In an announcement yesterday Mr. Greg Winton, the general manager of Circular Head Council, said that the expression of interest process will be initiated for starting the operation and establishment in the area. A review has been carried out of the […]


Hiking trails re-opened at Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park reopened the hiking trails at Jordan Cliffs and Valley Cove, which earlier this spring got closed so as to protect the Peregrine falcons. During the period between April and May, the falcons at Jordan Cliffs and Valley Comb areas had been observed to be engaging and defending in courtship behavior but failed […]