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Fire Ban in Effect at Many Alberta Campgrounds

The sweeping fire ban and scattered campground liquor controls aren’t expected to dissuade the masses from time-honored May long weekend trudges into the wild. But with the threat of wildfire a heightened concern across Alberta, campers will be under the watchful eye...

Wisconsin Park Gets Big Jump on Season

Warmer, dryer weather in April and May, even just a few degrees, caused some people to get cabin fever sooner this year. “We’ve seen a lot of seasonal coming around before March asking if we were going to open early or on time. We just kept telling them...

Magellan Launches New RoadMate RV GPS Navigators

Magellan, a leader of innovative GPS devices for vehicles, outdoor and mobile navigation, today (May 15) announced the availability of new Magellan RoadMate RV GPS navigators designed to address the safety and distinct navigational needs of people who enjoy traveling...

Website Author Offers Five Great RV Destinations

Thirty million Americans will hit the road this summer in their RV. Some will visit their favorite privately run campground, while others will take a chance on any of the 16,000 RV parks and resorts across the United States, www.business2community.com reported. Here...

Arizona Wildfires Threaten RVers and Campers

Last year, Arizona’s wildfire season was one for the record books. It was the worst wildfire season to date — more than 900,000 acres were charred. The Wallow Fire, which burned through half a million acres, is the largest Arizona wildfire on record,...

Beaver Trails Jellystone Park Rebuilds After Fire

Ken and Tammy Westrich were in San Diego attending their son’s graduation from Marine Corps training last fall when they received a panicked phone call at 2 a.m. from two of their children. The family’s campground, the Beaver Trails Jellystone Park near Austin, Minn.,...