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Campground Cleaning Coming Saturday

The National Park Service and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are seeking volunteers to participate in a clean-up effort to observe National Public Lands Day starting at 8 a.m. Saturday at the Horse Creek Campground at Lake Kaweah, Calif., the Visalea Times-Delta...

Volunteers Clean Up A Calif. Campground

A week ahead of National Public Lands Day, volunteers spent Saturday (Sept. 20) cleaning Orland Buttes Campground at Black Butte Lake in California, the Appeal Democrat of Marysville reported. Chico Roller Girls, Hamilton City Fire, Corning Boy Scouts and a number of...

Minn. Campground RV Resort Expanding

Kiesler’s Campground and RV Resort has held its place on the east side of Waseca, Minn., for 42 years. By the time the 43rd rolls around, there will be 18 more campsites available for campers, the Waseca County News reported. While the family-oriented,...

RVillage.com Seeks To Build Community

“Wouldn’t you rather be running a village and not just a parking lot?” That’s a question posed to campground owners in a video about RVillage.com, a social networking site specifically for RVers launched last March. Founder and RVer Curtis Coleman has been getting the...

Krupa Introduces Online RV Community

Edmonton, Alberta, RV enthusiast Scott Krupa has launched a new website for RVers in Canada, according to a written announcement. RVwithMe.com is an online community for RV owners and land owners in Alberta and across Canada and the United States that allows people to...

Proposed Alabama RV Park Moves Ahead

A proposed RV park in Brewton, Ala., is one step closer to reality, the Brewton Standard reported. The park, called Twin Acres RV Park, will feature 48 units, a laundry facility, a bathhouse, a pavilion with grills, and an ice machine. The property would include...

Study: RV Parks Boom With Texas Oilfield

The Eagle Ford Shale oil field had an $87 billion impact across South Texas last year, according to the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), the Houston Chronicle reported. The university’s latest report on the oil boom, released Tuesday, shows that South...

City Hears New Indoor RV Park Proposal

The city council in Crosby, N.D., heard from a developer who wants to site a 42-space indoor RV park in the city’s South Ridge Acres development, the Bismarck Tribune reported. Pete Dunn of Phoenix told the council he is one of two partners — the other is Frank...

Township Might Get Two Campgrounds

Two proposed campgrounds in South Haven Township, Mich., — including a state-owned campground along the Kal-Haven Trail — will be discussed by township planners next week, the Herald-Palladium of St. Joseph reported. The Michigan  Depaartment of Natural Resources...

Operator: RV Park Flooding "Worst Ever"

The Elm River RV Park near Glenholme, Nova Scotia, was in pitiful shape Monday (Sept. 22), the Chronicle Herald reported. Dozens of RVs were swamped with water from the heavy rainfall Monday morning that flooded the Debert River. “There was nothing like this,” said...

RV Park Wi-Fi Lawsuit Drags On In Conn.

A defunct Westport, Conn.-based wireless Internet company, WiFiLand,  continues a legal battle with St. Louis (Mo.) RV park despite winning the case — though the court award of $1 was far below what WiFiLand sought, the Connecticut Law Tribune reported. WifiLand used...

RV Parks Readying For Power-Hungry RVs

Today’s RVs are on a power trip and, if they haven’t already, campground owners need to make sure their parks are ready to meet the demand. RVs with multiple air conditioning units, televisions, microwaves, residential-size appliances and washer and dryers – even in...