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Alabama GMC Rally Attracts 130 Classic RVs

J.R. Slaten considers his 1978 GMC motorhome a classic. “It’s like a 26-foot street rod with plumbing,” said the Louisville, Ky. resident. The motorhomes are ablaze in color and style reminiscent of the mid-1970s. These harvest gold, avocado green and dark brown and...

Florida Parks Manage in Tight Economy

The economy is tough, but Florida RV parks and campgrounds are holding their own, according to the St. Petersburg Times. “Business seems to be on track and where we were last year,” said Bobby Cornwell, executive director of the Florida Association of RV...

Alabama GMC Rally Attracts 130 Classic RVs

J.R. Slaten considers his 1978 GMC motorhome a classic. “It’s like a 26-foot street rod with plumbing,” said the Louisville, Ky. resident. The motorhomes are ablaze in color and style reminiscent of the mid-1970s. These harvest gold, avocado green and dark brown and...

Florida Parks Manage in Tight Economy

The economy is tough, but Florida RV parks and campgrounds are holding their own, according to the St. Petersburg Times. “Business seems to be on track and where we were last year,” said Bobby Cornwell, executive director of the Florida Association of RV...

Senate Passes Public Lands Bill

The U.S. Senate passed the omnibus public lands bill on Thursday (March 19), on a vote of 77-20, virtually ensuring that the bill creating new national parks and designating millions of acres as wilderness will become law sometime soon, according to The New York...

Neighbors Oppose New Carolina RV Park

Nearly 50 angry residents took a handful of developers and the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) to task Thursday night (March 19) over a proposed RV park near Campobello, S.C., and the state’s preliminary decision to allow that park to...

Cheech and Chong Going to Sturgis Bike Rally

America’s most famous and beloved stoners, Cheech and Chong, have taken to the road again and will make a stop at the Legendary Buffalo Chip Campground in Sturgis, S.D., Aug. 4, during the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. The duo produced hit comedy albums and...

Ohio Park Owners Fight Longer School Year

Gov. Ted Strickland’s proposal to lengthen the school year in Ohio by 20 days over the next 10 years isn’t sitting well with the state’s campground owners. “Our members are very passionate about that; they don’t want it to cut into the summer,” Kristy M. Smith,...

KOA Ranked 24th Among Franchise Brands

Kampgrounds of America Inc. (KOA) ranked 24th among the top 400 franchise brands representing more than 75,000 franchise business owners from all industries in the 2009 Franchisee Satisfaction Awards. The awards are based on a detailed study conducted by Franchise...

Senate Passes Public Lands Bill

The U.S. Senate passed the omnibus public lands bill on Thursday (March 19), on a vote of 77-20, virtually ensuring that the bill creating new national parks and designating millions of acres as wilderness will become law sometime soon, according to The New York...

Cheech and Chong Going to Sturgis Bike Rally

America’s most famous and beloved stoners, Cheech and Chong, have taken to the road again and will make a stop at the Legendary Buffalo Chip Campground in Sturgis, S.D., Aug. 4, during the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. The duo produced hit comedy albums and...

Ohio Park Owners Fight Longer School Year

Gov. Ted Strickland’s proposal to lengthen the school year in Ohio by 20 days over the next 10 years isn’t sitting well with the state’s campground owners. “Our members are very passionate about that; they don’t want it to cut into the summer,” Kristy M. Smith,...