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Profaizer Expands on Move to Colorado

(Editor’s Note: Linda Profaizer, president and CEO of the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC), distributed a letter Thursday morning (July 31) concerning ARVC’s move to Larkspur, Colo. Here are excerpts from her letter.) I just wanted...

Boil Water Orders at Flooded Campgrounds

Emergency and relief crews continue to make significant progress responding to the devastating flooding in the area around Ruidoso, N.M., New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) officials reported Tuesday (July 29). Since Sunday,...

Ontario Campground Gets Govt. Funding

Construction of a new RV park at Chippewa Park in Thunder Bay, Ontario, should be completed before the end of the year, park officials say. After thorough deliberation Monday (July 28), the Thunder Bay City Council approved a grant of about $200,000 in reserve funds...

Declining Tourism Sparks B.C. Initiative

High gas prices seem to be taking a toll on some of Osoyoos’s hotels, motels and campgrounds, keeping some tourists away and changing the habits of those who are coming to this area of British Columbia to vacation, according to the Osoyoos Times. “Normally at this...

Rebate Program Benefits Branson KOA

Ralph and Kim Newell considered ways to improve the bottom line at their KOA Kampground in Branson, Mo., and decided to help with campers’ fuel costs by offering cash rewards for extended stays. So starting in June, campers who stay for seven consecutive nights at the...

Boil Water Orders at Flooded Campgrounds

Emergency and relief crews continue to make significant progress responding to the devastating flooding in the area around Ruidoso, N.M., New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) officials reported Tuesday (July 29). Since Sunday,...

Declining Tourism Sparks B.C. Initiative

High gas prices seem to be taking a toll on some of Osoyoos’s hotels, motels and campgrounds, keeping some tourists away and changing the habits of those who are coming to this area of British Columbia to vacation, according to the Osoyoos Times. “Normally at this...

Ontario Campground Gets Govt. Funding

Construction of a new RV park at Chippewa Park in Thunder Bay, Ontario, should be completed before the end of the year, park officials say. After thorough deliberation Monday (July 28), the Thunder Bay City Council approved a grant of about $200,000 in reserve funds...

Profaizer Expands on Move to Colorado

(Editor’s Note: Linda Profaizer, president and CEO of the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC), distributed a letter Thursday morning (July 31) concerning ARVC’s move to Larkspur, Colo. Here are excerpts from her letter.) I just wanted...

Rebate Program Benefits Branson KOA

Ralph and Kim Newell considered ways to improve the bottom line at their KOA Kampground in Branson, Mo., and decided to help with campers’ fuel costs by offering cash rewards for extended stays. So starting in June, campers who stay for seven consecutive nights at the...

El Paso Man Relates Campground Rescue

The Guerrero family from El Paso, Texas, has been getting together every July since the 1980s for the family’s annual camping trip in the Upper Canyon near Ruidoso, N.M. And over those two decades, they’ve never seen anything like what they saw over the...

Fuel Prices Stifle New Brunswick RV Rally

The high cost of fuel has prompted some RVers to stay home instead of taking in the fifth annual Rendez Vous Caravane Recreational Festival, set for Beresford, New Brunswick, from Aug. 1 to 4, according to The Northern Light, Bathurst New Brunswick. “We have...