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High-End RV Parked Planned in Florida Keys

The owners of the marina and Lazy Days South restaurant on 11th Street in Marathon, Fla., are looking to add another use to that block, as reported by Keysnet.com According to city records, the ownership group has demolished six trailers in hopes of opening a...

Wash. Senator Proposes Change in Discover Pass

Washington state Sen. Jim Hargrove is proposing legislation which would allow owners of the Discover Pass to transfer it between two vehicles and which would clarify what Department of Natural Resources (DNR) lands the passes are required to access. Newstalk 1450...

Texas RV Park Fighting City Hall on Water Bill

The San Benito, Texas, city water fee ordinance violates a state law that prohibits cities from charging RV parks for water at empty sites, residents at Fun N Sun RV Resort said Tuesday (Dec. 20). According to a report in the Brownsville Herald, Senate Bill 569 and...

S.C. Campground Denies Waste Treatment Facility

The Spartanburg, S.C., County Council voted unanimously Tuesday (Dec. 20) morning to change the county’s unified land management ordinance. One of the changes will block TreatMed from opening a medical waste treatment facility in a vacant building near a local...

RVI Prayer Breakfast an 'Enlightening Event'

The RVI Leadership Prayer Breakfast during the National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., was a successful and enlightening event, according to coordinator Carl Pletcher. “We had a good turnout for the prayer breakfast, and everyone seemed to enjoy our guest speaker...

RV Buyers Victims of Neb. Online Sales Scam

Online ads for expensive recreational vehicles and campers at bargain prices in Nebraska appear suspicious, according to a report by WOWT, Omaha. A website posted photos and provided an address in Grand Island, Neb. But a Google map search and Grand Island police...

WACO's Severson Buys Park, Members Pitch in

When Lori Severson bought the Champions Riverside Resort in Galesville, Wis., three months ago, she had her work cut her for her. According to a press release, not only was the parking lot full of weeds, but there were potholes in the roadways and big piles of debris...

Glamping Trend: Where Nature Meets Luxury

Camping used to mean really roughing it. Sleeping on the cold ground, killing and cooking your dinner, using Mother Nature as a bathroom and forgetting about showers. But for some, according to a FOX News report, camping has gone glam. These “glampers” or...

County-Owned Ala. Park Ready for Campers

While an official grand opening is unlikely until warmer weather returns, the Colbert Alloys Park in Alabama is open for business and ready for campers, according to a report in the Times Union, Florence. What had once been a neglected campground in Colbert County...

PRVCA Tech Training Program Set for Spring

The spring schedule for the RV Technician Distance Learning program at Northampton Community College, in partnership with the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Association (PRVCA), has been released. According to a press release, PRVCA member employees will receive 50%...

South Haven Campground Earns Top Grade

During the winter months, Susan Novotny keeps pretty busy working 60 to 72 hours a week as an emergency room nurse, while her husband, Kyle, works in maintenance at a local factory. The Novotnys work long hours not only to support themselves, but to continue making...

Budget Ax Looms Over Wash. State Parks

These days, it helps to have a sense of humor if you work in the Washington State Parks system. Just ask Mark Shaw. According to a report in the Columbian, Vancouver, it was last week that Shaw, a park ranger at Paradise Point State Park, received a letter from the...