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Memorial Day Opening Set for New W.Va. Park

With today’s economy, people are looking for vacation opportunities closer to home. And Garry Peck, Point Pleasant, W. Va., resident and owner of Kanawha River Campground, is hoping to provide that opportunity to area residents. The new campground, which is located...

Gas Pipeline Work Invigorates Texas RV Parks

The 143-mile natural gas pipeline, which will pass near Rusk, Texas, is invigorating the local economy and the KOA campground in town. Walter Preble, who owns and operates the Kampgrounds of America Inc. (KOA) site in Rusk, said so many pipeliners have expressed...

‘The Rally’ Sponsor Tells RVers to 'Go Green'

The Rally, the nation’s largest RV rally, is rolling out two eco-focused initiatives for 2009 in Albuquerque, N.M., providing RVers the opportunity to celebrate and explore RV travel and “go green” as they visit the Southwest. Thousands of RV families are expected to...

WACO Convention Trade Show Overflows Hall

A suspect national economy had little tangible effect on the Wisconsin Association of Campground Owners’ (WACO) Spring Convention March 18-22 at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Stevens Point, Wis. The event drew 650 campground owners, staff members and trades...

Readers Pick B.C.'s Top Provincial Parks

Readers of RVwest magazine have picked their favorite provincial RV parks in British Columbia. According to the British Columbia Ministry of Environment website, there are 972 parks and protected areas in the province. To visit them all, at a rate of one per week,...

RV Park Becomes Home Away from No Home

Recreational vehicles are used for fun and travel, but the recession is changing things. The economy is forcing some people out of their neighborhoods and into RVs, according to KTVN-TV, Reno, Nev “Thankfully we had this and it was paid for,” says Gene...

Cable TV Campaign to Help Michigan Tourism

Michigan is preparing to launch a national cable TV campaign to boost its tourism industry, which analysts expect to decline in 2009 because of the slumping economy. Michigan State University analysts said Monday (March 23) that tourism spending and volume is expected...

Cable TV Campaign to Help Michigan Tourism

Michigan is preparing to launch a national cable TV campaign to boost its tourism industry, which analysts expect to decline in 2009 because of the slumping economy. Michigan State University analysts said Monday (March 23) that tourism spending and volume is expected...

RV Park Becomes Home Away from No Home

Recreational vehicles are used for fun and travel, but the recession is changing things. The economy is forcing some people out of their neighborhoods and into RVs, according to KTVN-TV, Reno, Nev “Thankfully we had this and it was paid for,” says Gene...

Readers Pick B.C.’s Top Provincial Parks

Readers of RVwest magazine have picked their favorite provincial RV parks in British Columbia. According to the British Columbia Ministry of Environment website, there are 972 parks and protected areas in the province. To visit them all, at a rate of one per week,...

WACO Convention Trade Show Overflows Hall

A suspect national economy had little tangible effect on the Wisconsin Association of Campground Owners’ (WACO) Spring Convention March 18-22 at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Stevens Point, Wis. The event drew 650 campground owners, staff members and trades...