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Alberta Campground Delays Closing Date

The regular camping season at Gas City, Alberta, Campground will be extended by an additional six weeks due to public demand, the Medicine Hat News reported. This extension goes from Sept. 15 to Oct. 26, weather permitting. Daily and weekly rates will be available for...

Wis. Campground Upgrades Play Options

Wildcat Landing and Campground in Brownsville, Wis., recently got a much-needed boost to its recreational offerings, the Houston County News of LaCrosse reported. In July, scores of volunteers donated their time and sweat to install a playground set at the southern...

Calif. Campground Closes For The Winter

Orland Buttes Campground, one of two campgrounds at Black Butte Lake west of Orland, Calif., is now closed for the season, the Chico Enterprise-Record reported. This is a regular seasonal closure for the recreation area and its associated boat launch. Both facilities...

County Looks Again At Campground Rules

The Blount County, Tenn., commissioners will take its latest stab at passing a proposed zoning amendment to allow commercial campgrounds in the R-1 residential zones of the county during its Sept. 18 meeting, the Daily Times of Maryville reported. The commission has...

Campground Reopens After Restoration

Rustler Park Campground, located in the Douglas Ranger District of Coronado National Forest near Tucson, Ariz., will reopen following restoration work on Friday (Sept. 12) at noon, the Wilcox Range News reported. At an elevation of 8,500 feet, Rustler Park is a meadow...

Nine More Parks Join Cruise Inn Network

Cruise Inn, a new concept in RV parks benefiting owners and guests, maintained its rapid growth with the addition of nine RV Parks owned by Highway West Vacations. Cruise Inn now totals 13 RV parks as the brand continues its nationwide development by expanding into...

When Yogi Sleeps, Park Targets Snowbirds

The Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Tabor City, N.C, plans to make an event out of Yogi Bear, Boo Boo and Cindy Bear’s hibernation this year, according to an announcement from Jellystone franchisor Leisure Systems Inc. “This year we will make a nighttime...

CalARVC Suggests Shoulder-Season Ideas

Now that Labor Day has come and gone along with the unofficial end of the camping season, this is not the time to sit back and relax, the California Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (CalARVC) said in a message to members. It is the time to keep the momentum...

Florida RV Resort Details New Villa Options

The Fountains Premier Motorcoach Resort of St. Augustine, Fla., unveiled the floorplan to their Grand Villa. This floorplan provides the layout to the largest coach house option at the resort, which offers a variety of onsite options. “The Grand Villa layout is the...

AGS Nears $60,000 Charity Donations Mark

The AGS Cares Program made third-quarter donations to eight charities that work to improve the lives of children, veterans, impoverished people and animals, both here and internationally, according to a written announcement from AGS. “These charities continually work...

Reopened Park And Campground Get Grant

Beaverton, Mich., received four grants totaling $57,000 to be used at the local Calhoun Park and Campgrounds, the Midland Daily News reported. The project dollars will renovate the campground’s bath house as well as construct an addition for storage of the mechanical...

Aussie Town Earns RV-Friendly Designation

The Australian town of Andamooka may experience an influx of visitors soon with the town being named an RV-friendly town by the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA), The Monitor reported. A number of things had to be altered in the town and criteria met to...