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HotspotSystem.com Announces New Wi-Fi Program

Every IT company who wants to start a Wi-Fi hotspot business can benefit from the Hotspot Management and Billing Software developed by HotspotSystem.com as it can be fully rebranded using the newly released White Label program, according to a news release. The...

Minnesota State Parks Offering First Gift Cards

Minnesota’s Department of Natural Resources is trying to snag a slice of holiday spending with its first-ever gift cards. The DNR is selling cards of $10 to $1,000 that can be used for state park entrance fees, campsite reservations and rental of equipment like...

Parks Canada Reaches Out to Non-Campers

      Editor’s note: In an effort to better understand how other countries are managing their parklands, and to compare and contrast U.S. efforts to those from abroad, National Parks Traveler on occasion runs items from beyond U.S. borders. The following story...

Fire Ravages California Mobile Home/RV Park

In just hours, the Kelley’s home, Space 20 of Friendly Acres Mobile Home Park in Red Bluff, Calif., was fully engulfed in flames, Saturday (Nov. 28). The Kelley family has lived in the mobile home park for three years. As of now, their focus is on searching...

Membership Camping: 'The Perfect Solution'

Membership-driven Coast to Coast Resorts and New York-based consultant Fabian L. Russell have rolled out ”Project Renaissance,” a customizable guide for campground owners interested in becoming Coast affiliates. Coast to Coast Resorts has 60,000 commercial...

Closed Campground Cuts Great Smokey Visits

Visits to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park were down 4.1% in October, compared with the year before, according to the Associated Press. National Park Service spokesman Bob Miller said traffic into the park remains ahead by 4.3% for 2009 to date. The drop last...

Ontario Water Trails Reports 6% Increase

Haliburton Highlands Water Trails near Minden, Ontario, are doing more than just staying afloat during the ongoing recession. Trails coordinator Mark Coleman told Algonquin Highlands councillors last week that this year the water trails system, which includes...

Montana RV Resort Gets Needed Zoning Approval

A plan to allow Class A motorhomes to stay for up to seven months at the Viking Creek development in Whitefish, Mont., cleared a planning hurdle last week when the Whitefish City-County Planning Board recommended approval of the proposal. Dan Averill, an owner of The...

Suspicious Camper Fires Strike Ohio Campground

The Ohio State Fire Marshal’s office has been called in to investigate a string of suspicious fires at a campground near Wellsville, Ohio. Officials said three camper vehicles caught fire Tuesday (Nov. 24) at about 1 p.m. at the Oak Tree Campground just outside...

London Donates Park Model to LSI Franchisees

Dan and Beth Moll (at left), Yogi Bear Jellystone Park Camp-Resort operators from Knightstown, Ind., shown here with Jack London of Jack London Park Cabins Inc., were the lucky winners of a free park model cabin donated by London as part of the 40th anniversary of the...

City Seeks Out of Canceled RV Park Lease Suit

The city of Richmond, Ky., has filed a motion seeking to dismiss a $12 million suit filed against it by Lakeview RV Park LLC over a disputed lease to Camp Catalpa. The 22-page motion, filed Nov. 19 in Madison Circuit Court, asks Judge Jean C. Logue to dismiss the suit...