Friday, August 31, 2007

Rhode Island Campers Fet New Reservation System

The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management announced that it has hired a company to operate a reservations system for public campgrounds for the first time in state history.

Starting in November, campers will be able to reserve campsites as long as a year before a visit.

More than 1,000 campsites in five parks — Burlingame State Campground in Charlestown, Fishermen’s campground in Narragansett, East Beach in Charlestown, Charlestown Breachway in Charlestown and the George Washington Campground in Glocester — will be included in the program.

It will be operated by ReserveAmerica Holdings Inc., a 23-year-old company that says it manages reservations for 3,000 parks nationwide and handles 3.5 million reservations annually.
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