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Northwest Colorado RV Park Faces Shutdown

Dozens of energy workers wonder where they’ll live if a Meeker, Colo., recreational vehicle park is forced to shut down in a month. About 50 people, including workers and their spouses and children, filled a Rio Blanco County commissioners meeting Monday (June 23) to...

Northwest Colorado RV Park Faces Shutdown

Dozens of energy workers wonder where they’ll live if a Meeker, Colo., recreational vehicle park is forced to shut down in a month. About 50 people, including workers and their spouses and children, filled a Rio Blanco County commissioners meeting Monday (June...

KOA Opts for 2 Coastal Jamborees

Kampgrounds of America Inc. (KOA) has opted to hold two national conventions or “jamborees” this fall – one on each coast – for the convenience of its franchisees. After a one-year experiment holding its annual convention in concert with the National Association of RV...

Kansas RVers Staying Put As Fuel Prices Soar

Thomas and Nancy Smith have put more than 150,000 miles on their RV in four years. The Smiths said Monday (June 23) they have decided to stay at the KOA in Topeka, Kan., because of high fuel prices. “It stops you, and you don’t get to travel around like...

Thousand Trails Counters Fuel Hikes

Thousand Trails is promoting several programs to help its members cope with rising fuel prices. “Before you rush to the conclusion that you can’t afford to use your RV this summer,” writes Joe McAdams, president of Equity LifeStyle Properties Inc., in the June issue...

Brian Biro to Give InSites Keynote Address

Motivational speaker Brian Biro will be the featured presenter at the General Session & Harmony Keynote Luncheon on Nov. 12 during the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) InSites Convention & Expo in Nashville, Tenn. “In this vibrant,...

Kansas RVers Staying Put As Fuel Prices Soar

Thomas and Nancy Smith have put more than 150,000 miles on their RV in four years. The Smiths said Monday (June 23) they have decided to stay at the KOA in Topeka, Kan., because of high fuel prices. “It stops you, and you don’t get to travel around like...

Thousand Trails Counters Fuel Hikes

Thousand Trails is promoting several programs to help its members cope with rising fuel prices. “Before you rush to the conclusion that you can’t afford to use your RV this summer,” writes Joe McAdams, president of Equity LifeStyle Properties Inc., in the June issue...

KOA Opts for 2 Coastal Jamborees

Kampgrounds of America Inc. (KOA) has opted to hold two national conventions or “jamborees” this fall – one on each coast – for the convenience of its franchisees. After a one-year experiment holding its annual convention in concert with the National Association of RV...

Brian Biro to Give InSites Keynote Address

Motivational speaker Brian Biro will be the featured presenter at the General Session & Harmony Keynote Luncheon on Nov. 12 during the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) InSites Convention & Expo in Nashville, Tenn. “In this vibrant,...

Missouri Opens State Parks to Flood Victims

Gov. Matt Blunt announced that he has instructed the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to waive camping fees for families displaced by the recent flooding. “This flooding has been devastating for the citizens of Missouri and we want to do everything we...

Dakota RV Parks Losing Battle with Wal-Mart

Staying overnight in the Wal-Mart or Cabela’s parking lots in Mitchell, S.D., has become so popular that, on some nights, there are as many or more campers in those lots as there are in any of the six campgrounds in and around Mitchell. During the past week of nights,...