Pensacola, FLA. - The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) has long wanted to create a user-friendly database and map of all the projects it has supported over the years, and now it has made that dream a reality. The LWCF has developed two interactive maps, one for past projects and the other for proposed future projects, which will be beneficial to local RV parks around the nation.
Designing a searchable map of this magnitude demanded a significant collaborative effort from the staff of the National Park Service, United States Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and various other partners.
Those who are interested can find out about LWCF projects in their area by visiting https://lwcf.tplgis.org/mappast/ and entering their location. An interactive map of completed projects is then displayed with colored icons. Funding for outdoor recreation and conservation comes largely from the LWCF, which is the nation's most important source of outdoor recreation funds.
This new tool is beneficial to the camping industry to have public recreation areas near private RV parks or campgrounds, such as national parks, forests, and wildlife refuges. Visitors have more reasons to explore these protected areas while they stay at campgrounds and are therefore more likely to extend their stay.
Avalon Landing RV Park is located five miles east of Pensacola, FL with a variety of amenities for campers. The waterfront RV park offers fishing, bird watching, a clubhouse, and a pool already for campers to enjoy. Avalon Landing RV Park offers daily, monthly, and weekly rates to meet any budget. Multiple electrical hookups are available at each site, as well as free cable television. For more information about booking a stay with Avalon Landing RV Park, give them a call at (850) 995-5898 or visit them online for more information any time, at AvalonLandingRVPark.com.
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