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Minn. DNR Seeks New Dry Campground

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) wants to develop new campsites, cabins, and sanitation facilities in an area not prone to flooding in Whitewater State Park, the Winona Daily News reported. The new campground would include 45 to 50 new campsites...

Feds Raid Mo. Campground Over Taxes

The Circle J Campground and Circle J Restaurant in the Bennett Spring, Mo., area were seized Monday (Sept. 29) by federal authorities for unpaid taxes, the Lebanon Daily Record reported. The seizure has left people who live at or who rent space at the campground...

Iowa Unveils A Public-Private Parks Pilot

Three counties that are home to four state parks in northeast Iowa will serve as the first pilot area for a public-private partnership expected to pump at least $6 million into new amenities and improvements intended to better connect Iowans with outdoor recreational...

Another RV Resort Joins Cruise Inn Brand

The Cruise Inn brand of RV parks and resorts announced the addition of the award-winning Mill Creek Ranch Resort in Canton, Texas, to its rapidly growing family. Cruise Inn now totals 14 parks in California, Colorado, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Washington. Mill Creek...

Fair Board Rejects Proposal With RV Park

Deflated directors of the Florida State Fair Authority shot down a developer’s proposal Monday to build a hotel, an RV park and a field house at the fairgrounds, saying they expect more money and more “wow,” the Tampa Bay Times reported. The proposal...

Campground Going On Tax Auction Block

Several families who expected to be staying at Circle 9 Ranch in Epsom, N.H., this winter are scrambling to find new housing after a foreclosure at the $1.1 million, 144-site campground and RV park, the Concord Monitor reported. Norm Gentry, who has owned the property...

Reputation Important For Mich. RV Park

After eight decades of living by it, Bob Sebring sees no reason why others shouldn’t be able to follow it during camping season. “It just makes sense to me and I wish more people would go by it,” he said outside of the office of Tri-Lake Trails Campground in Marshall,...

RV Park Sells For $1.25 Million in Phoenix

Marcus & Millichap announced the sale of Covered Wagon RV Park, with 44 RV sites and two mobile-home sites on 3.27 acres in Phoenix, according to Don Morrow, regional manager of the firm’s Phoenix office, as reported by AzBigMedia. The RV park was listed for...

College, Airstream Offer A Mobile Lifestyle

Recent studies show Millennials don’t plan to put down roots for a while, the Courier-Journal of Louisville, Ky., reported. They aren’t buying homes as much as members of previous generations and often plan to leave jobs quicker, searching for the next...

Big Campground Proposed For N.H. Town

Mentioning Rocky Pond gets mixed reactions in Canterbury, N.H., where a Conway couple wants to build a 263-acre campsite near the Loudon town line. If approved, the 299-site campground would be among New Hampshire’s biggest private RV campgrounds, the Concord Monitor...

Forest Looks At Big Camping Fee Increase

Tonto National Forest in Arizona wants to substantially increase its fees for many campgrounds and boat ramps, but lower the cost of an annual pass from $95 to $80, the Payson Roundup reported. The forest in September issued a report on the fee proposal, saying the...

Iowa Campgrounds Wind Down For Fall

Campgrounds in Iowa are nearly empty this time of year, free for many to pick any spot they chose and enjoy a peace of mind, Dickinson County News reported.  While area campgrounds do stay open year round, the water and restroom facilities are taken offline until the...