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Eleven Park Model Makers Exhibiting at Hershey

The 42nd Annual Pennsylvania RV & Camping Show, Sept. 13-19 at Hersheypark Entertainment & Resorts Complex in Hershey, Pa., will feature the nation’s largest display of recreational park trailers. Eleven manufacturers will display their cottage-like trailers,...

Look Out, Yogi, Here Comes City Hall!

Township officials near Grand Haven, Mich., are looking at various ways to measure air quality after receiving several complaints, including those from residents near two campgrounds in the township, the Grand Haven Tribune reported. In 2009, the Grand Haven Township...

ARVC's InSites Incentive Deadline is Aug. 31

The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) reminds campground owners and operators that time is running out to enter a contest tied to this year’s InSites convention in Las Vegas. Register for InSites before Aug. 31 and you could win one of four...

Utah Family Wins GoCampingAmerica.com Trip

Tim Anderson has had a tough time selling his wife, Jan, on the merits of tent camping, which he typically does two or three times a year. But after winning four days and three night’s worth of free RVing through a contest co-sponsored by GoCampingAmerica.com and El...

Campers Want More Amenities at Wyoming Parks

Campers at the three reservoirs in Wyoming’s Natrona County want longer and wider boat ramps, fish cleaning stations, hazards removed from the water, more spaces for bigger recreational vehicles and more spaces for primitive camping, according to informal...

Root Rot Closes Washington State Park

Lake Wenatchee State Park in eastern Washington state was closed Thursday (Aug. 26) after two seemingly healthy trees recently fell to the ground in the popular park’s south campground, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, reported. The closure will continue until experts...

Colorado Speedway to Get 75-Site RV Park

This week Mesa County Commissioners in Colorado gave the go-ahead for a series of new developments at the Grand Junction Motor Speedway, KJCT-TV, Grand Junction, reported. “We were approved for a 3/8 mile dirt oval, which will be at the back of the...

CalARVC Lauds Holding Tank Discussion

Editor’s Note: Debbie Sipe, executive director of the California Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (CalARVC), issued this press release following the Aug. 18 veto by California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger of AB 1824, a bill designed to limit the types of...

Arkansas Rec Area to Reopen on Friday

Two areas of the Albert Pike Recreation area near Langley, Ark., that were closed after a deadly flash flood in June are set to reopen at 11 a.m. Friday (Aug. 27), The Associated Press reported. The U.S. Forest Service says the areas reopening will be for day use...

Developer's Online Resource Launched

Representatives from Bella Terra Realty Holdings LLC (BTRH) announced today (Aug. 26) the launch of their new corporate website, BTRHLLC.com. The site was developed to serve as the consulting and resort acquisition platform for BTRH, the parent company of Bella Terra...

Worldwide Campground Report Available

Dublin, Ireland-based Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6be509/2010_worldwide_rv) has announced the addition of the “2010 Worldwide RV Parks & Campgrounds Industry Report” report to its offering. According to a news...

Utah Explores Private Management of Parks

The chairman of a Utah board looking at the potential for privatizing state government functions would like to see Utah privatize a handful of state parks to see if they can be run more efficiently than they are now, the Salt Lake Tribune reported. The Utah...