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Campground Sells Out Its Inaugural Benefit

The inaugural George O. Allen, Jr. (GOA) Fall Festival on Sept. 27 has officially sold out of tickets, the Tidewater Review of West Point, Va., reported. Fall festival planners are still looking for vendors and silent auction donations for the event, scheduled for 11...

Ky. State Parks Planning Geocaching Event

Kentucky State Parks invited the public to take part in the Kentucky State Parks GeoTour at all 49 state parks starting Sept. 27, National Public Lands Day. You can get “lost” at a Kentucky State Park while exploring through the sport of geocaching. Geocaching is a...

Oregon State Parks & Rec Buying 357 Acres

The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) closed a $1.8 million deal Sept. 12 to acquire 357 acres of coastal property in Tillamook County. Known locally as the Beltz property, the ecologically diverse plot sits along Sand Lake Road north of Pacific City and...

SSI: Class B Sales Enjoy 7.8% Bump In July

Year-over-year Class B motorhome retails registrations gained 7.8% in July and 21.2% for the first seven months of 2014, according to the latest report from Statistical Surveys Inc. (SSI). Roadtrek Motorhomes Inc. was the top-selling manufacturer, with 35.6% of the...

ARVC Program will Recognize Past Leaders

Beginning this year and every year going forward The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds will produce a special memoriam tribute clip honoring campground owners, suppliers and others that have had a relationship with ARVC who have passed away since the...

Copake KOA Hosts Care Camps Fundraiser

Motorcycle riders throughout the Northeast converged on the Copake Kampgrounds of America (KOA) in New York for the 4th Annual Fall Poker Run. According to a press release, the event was a fundraiser to benefit KOA Care Camps for children with cancer. KOA Care Camps...

Houston Offers Diverse Outdoor Recreation

Discovering and sampling Houston’s diversity of outdoor recreational opportunities could consume a lifetime. As reported by the Houston Chronicle, for many area residents, it happily does. Houston, arguably more so than any other major metropolitan area in the...

List of World's Top 10 'Free Camping Spots'

Editor’s Note: The following article appears in the Huffington Post listing the top 10 free camping spots from around the world. To view the full report, including photos, click here. There’s nothing quite like the freedom of camping — packing up a...

Stewardship of Maine Preserve is Hard Work

“I don’t know what that is,” said Julie Winzler, eyeing a charred piece of trash before dropping it in a bag. Leaning over a fire pit, she continued to pluck out bits of tinfoil and beer cans. As reported by the Bangor Daily News, it may not be glamorous, but as...

Texas State Parks Promote Geocache Trend

More than 90 state parks located throughout Texas are introducing future geocachers to the sport by hosting more than 1,200 geocaches, or prize-filled containers, hidden within state parks. Caches can be located online in advance, found by using a Global Positioning...

RVC Partnering with AGS for 'Guest Guides'

RVC Outdoor Destinations has selected AGS to be its provider of exclusive guest guides for its high-quality resorts, which are located in eight states. “We like the design work that AGS has done for us and we like having a single point of contact to handle site maps...

Alabama Parks are Creating 'RV Subculture'

Cindy Thrash stands under the shade of her canopy tent at University Station Motor Coach and RV Resort in Auburn, Ala.It’s Friday, and like other home football game weekends, RVs have been piling onto University Station’s more than 500 lots all week. Near the...