Officials say Campsites Filling for Labor Day

Carolyn Scolaro (from left), Tony Scolaro, 12, Dave Boyle, Cal Schultz, and Dale Bruening, all of Cedar Rapids, talk together at a campground near Bertram on Tuesday afternoon, May 29, 2012. (Stephen Mally/Freelance)

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By Rachel Begle

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Iowa officials are reminding residents that time is running out to reserve a campsite for the upcoming Labor Day weekend.

The state Department of Natural Resources say campers must make their reservation no later than Wednesday if they want that a campsite with electricity at an Iowa state park. Campers can register online.

Campers who don't register should arrive as early as possible to claim a campsite on a first-come, first served basis.

Officials say flexible campers still have a few options available.

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