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Lane Spring Recreation Area water & electric improvements

A project funded through the Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) will improve campsite amenities at a popular Forest Service recreation site on the Houston/Rolla/Cedar Creek Ranger District of Mark Twain National Forest.   The Lane...

Take the extra steps to keep our lands beautiful

I know that if you are reading this you are probably aware of “our out of doors” and I am “preaching to the choir,” but I believe some of this information we all can...

Spooktacular activities at Missouri State Parks

I have enjoyed many a stroll in Missouri State Parks, but one I took last October was simply spooktacular!  On a road trip to view the fall colors, I stopped at St. Francois State...

Visit the Deer Run Unit of the Current River

I have been to every Missouri State Park. I also always look forward to visiting a new state park whenever one is opened in Missouri. But I had never been to Deer Run State Park. If...

Stay safe & be prepared for an RV fire

Surprisingly there are many recreational vehicles that are damaged or completely destroyed by fires each year.  Most of these “campers” are built of wood framing with fiberglass insulation. Many of the fires are started...

Public campground line up

The Missouri State Fair’s public campground, sponsored by Missouri State Parks, is set to open by 9 am, Friday, Aug. 5.  The 60-acre campground is located west of the fairgrounds on Clarendon Road. Unreserved spot...

Be aware of fire bans in your area & follow warnings

In my travels to western states, seeing burn bans in place is not that unusual. Honestly, it seems almost commonplace to turn on the news and see a wildfire in California or Colorado that...

The Traveler’s Bob Brennecke answers your outdoor questions:

QUESTION: “I just purchased a battery for my camper that I believe will allow us to do more boon-docking (camping without electrical hook-ups). The battery has more than 100 AH (Ampere Hours) and is...