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Arkansas state parks are gearing up for a busy holiday weekend. But this time around, there are some changes because of our recent storms.

Park Superintendent Richard Boyes says that this week’s storms makes this weekend the first time all season that campfires are now allowed at

Lake Catherine State Park

Lake Catherine State Park

. Campfires are also now allowed Lake DeGray, Lake Ouchita and Wooley Hollow State Parks.

Boyes also says the stormy weather cancelled camping reservations during a weekend that’s usually booked a year out. State park and tourism officials also confirmed the rise in camping cancellations; many they say from out of state guests leading up to the storm.

So that means there could be some extra sites if you reserve soon. And Boyes says that the weekend’s shaping up to a good one.

“We don’t anticipate any problems as far as the weather goes; if it stays like this the rest of the weekend, it will be beautiful and we’ll have a lot of folks,” Boyes said.

As a final reminder, if you want to call for a reservation, Superintendent Boyes at Lake Catherine says to call by 8 a.m. the day before to see if there are any campsites.

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Jefferson, Ga – Gresham Motorsports Park has announced that on-site camping for the 27th Annual stock car race will be free of charge.

There will be several designated areas for fans camping this year’s ‘Crown.’ Campers are encouraged to be self-contained, as the spots do not feature electricity, water or sewer provisions. Portable rest rooms will be placed throughout the camping area while RV sanitation services will be available for a fee.

Contained campfires only will be permitted at the World Crown 300.

Camping spots will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis beginning Wednesday, November 10 at 10 a.m.

An overnight parking area for team toter home and recreational vehicles will be provided as the GMP garage area will be secured with no access/parking/camping during non-race hours each day.

Meanwhile, GMP today also restated that Trackside Parking throughout the World Crown 300 weekend would be sold on a first-come, first-served basis each day of the event.

Trackside Parking is open to all cars, pick-up trucks and vans – no oversize vehicles, box trucks or recreational vehicles.
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