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Bluegrass Band to Play at RV Park Named for Them

Bluegrass music and RV parks kind of go hand in hand, according to the Dothan (Ala.) Eagle. Fans of bluegrass travel from festival to festival in recreational vehicles and camp as long as there’s good music. So when the RV park at Country Crossing in Dothan was named...

Montana Motorcoach Resort Gets Another Hearing

The Whitefish (Mont.) City Council has decided to schedule another public hearing to address a proposal from the owners of The Lodge at Whitefish Lake to allow Class A motorcoach parking for up to seven months. Current zoning regulations allow recreational vehicles to...

Camping Season Shortened at 16 State Parks

Severe environmental budget cuts in Massachusetts will hit home for the public this summer with expected staff cuts at parks and campgrounds, but they will probably also take a toll in less visible areas such as water and air protection, recycling efforts, and the...

Lodge Builder Eying Resorts/Class A Owners

Distinct Discovery Homes Inc., Greenville, Mich., is marketing small, custom-built ”Country Cottages” to high-end resorts and individual motorhome owners. These structures are bigger than park models and generally come with up to 1,000 square feet of space...

Washington Mulls Loss of 20 Campgrounds/Trails

More than 20 trail systems and campgrounds operated statewide by the Washington Department of Natural Resources would close in March under Gov. Chris Gregoire’s supplemental budget. Included on the hit list are two popular recreation areas in South Sound – the...

$90M Resort Eyes Northern Indiana Farmers Market

A group of Elkhart County and European investors is mulling development of a multimillion-dollar family-oriented vacation spot adjacent to American Countryside Farmers Market south of Elkhart, Ind. The initial investment would total around $50 million and the entity,...