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Crowd of 120K Expected for Kentucky Races

More than 120,000 NASCAR fans are expected to come to Kentucky’s Gallatin County this week to see Kentucky Speedway’s first Sprint Cup race, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported. Ask residents whether the community is ready, and they’ll typically...

Mounties Look into Mysterious Campground Death

West Shore, British Columbia, RCMP are investigating the suspicious death of a Sooke woman at Goldstream Park Campground Saturday morning (July 2), the Goldstream News Gazette reported. The woman is identified as 34-year-old Amanda Lee Langford. An autopsy is...

Las Vegas KOA Popular in July

High gas prices may have some people rethinking their summer plans. But there’s a group of hardcore travelers who are defying the pumps and hitting the road this summer in recreational vehicles, KLAS-TV, Las Vegas, reported. Las Vegas is a popular stop on what...

Alert: Stolen RV May Turn Up at Florida RV Parks

A 2007 Keystone Copper Canyon travel trailer was stolen off the lot this past weekend at the Campers Inn dealership in Fruitland, Fla., just outside of Leesburg, with the VIN # 4YDT3002471530284. Estimated time of the theft is between 6 p.m. Friday (July 1) and 8 a.m....

Woodall's Rolls Out Campground Mobile Ap

Woodall’s, a Camping World company and the leading brand in campground directories, today (July 5) announced the launch of RV & Camping Copilot, the most comprehensive campground mobile application available for iPhone and iPad. The free app provides RVers and...

Hurricane-Ravaged Texas RV Park Reopens

After rebounding from nearly $6 million in damage from Hurricane Ike in 2008, Dellanera RV Park in Galveston, Texas, has reopened, The Daily News reported. The West End RV park reopened to beach visitors on June 18, just in time to welcome tourists for the Fourth of...

Columnist Touts No Frills Camping

Editor’s Note: Chuck Woodbury, editor of RVtravel.com, published the following column in the current issue of his online newsletter. Most RVers would rather pay for a campsite than stay for free in a Wal-Mart parking lot. In a May edition of this newsletter we...

Tragedies Mar July 4 Holiday at Campgrounds

At least six drownings were reported at the nation’s RV parks and campgrounds over the long July 4 weekend. Among the reports were the following: MICHIGAN From WTVG-TV, Toledo, Ohio: There are new details surrounding a drowning at a Morenci, Mich., campground....