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RV Park Plan Causes Pollution Worries

Land proposed to soon have an RV park is almost eight miles north of Aztec, N.M., near Cedar Hill. The park would have 60 spaces on about nine acres. But the part that bothers neighbors is the sewage lagoon, television station KOB reported. The lagoon is necessary for...

Texas Readies For TACO Spring Meeting

The Texas Association of Campground Owners’ annual Spring Meeting and Trade Show will take place Sunday through Tuesday (April 27-29) with a powerful lineup of speakers, the association announced. The three-day event, which takes place at Guadalupe River RV Resort and...

Widow, Daughters Carry On At Ky. KOA

Sisters Laura (9) and Jenna (8) Cooney could barely contain themselves as the car finally came to a stop at their familiar summer home at the Corbin/Laurel Lake Kampgrounds of America (KOA) campground in Corbin, Ky., the Times-Tribune reported. Energy abounding, the...

Canadian RV Sales Slumped in February

As reported by our sister site RVBusiness.com, year-over-year Canadian towable retail RV sales decreased 12.1% in February and 9.3% for the two months, according to the latest report from Statistical Surveys Inc. Results by segment showed: • Sales in the travel...

Good Sam Guide Names Top Food Parks

The Good Sam RV Travel Guide and Campground Directory announced its list of Top RV Parks for Food Lovers for 2014. The RV parks on this list are located in regions known for distinctive local cuisine or in areas that host popular food festivals. From RV parks in...

RV & MH Park Owner Business Growing

A recovering economy is good for Dave Reynolds’ business, which is growing every year, the Montrose (Colo.) Daily Press reported. With Mobile Home Parks and RV Horizons, which is based out of Cedaredge, Reynolds has expanded his ownership of mobile home and RV parks...

N.D. Campgrounds Readying For Summer

With the weather warming up, soon the lake region around Grand Forks, N.D., will be full of people looking for summer fun on the water. But before then, campgrounds are scrambling to prepare for the influx of tourists, television station WDAZ reported. Local...

Corps Keeps Mo. Campground Shuttered

Budget issues will keep a Barry County, Mo., campground on Table Rock closed. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that it will not open the campground this year, television station KSPR reported. The corps is working to lease the park to another agency....

City Backs Out Of Campground Upgrades

The City of Sisters, Ore., will go back to the drawing board with its plans to renovate the overnight campground at Creekside Park. The city pulled its application to renovate the campground, a proposal which had been slated to go back to the Sisters Planning...

Mississippi RVers Regrouping After Storm

While most people celebrated Easter by going to church and visiting family, some people at the Santa Maria RV Park are still picking up the pieces from the previous week’s storm. Straight line winds tore through the park late Monday (April 14) night, destroying...

Southeast Donates $30k For Care Camps

Southeast Publications said in a written announcement that during its 2014 National Awards and Training Conference (NATC) in Nashville, Tenn., the company raised more than $30,000 for KOA Care Camps, a charity which funds oncology camps for children with cancer. The...

The Jump Pad Co. Announces Promotion

The Jump Pad Co. announced an incentive for RV park and campground operators to be the first in their state to install a Jump Pad. Currently Jump Pads can be found in 16 U.S. states plus Canada. Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, New York, Florida, Canada, Tennessee, North...