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CalARVC Announces Reserve America Deal

The California Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (CalARVC) and Camp-California Marketing announced that they embarked on a new partnership with ReserveAmerica.com and Active Network. Reserve America is now offering CalARVC members the opportunity to sign up and...

RV Parks Happy With Winter Texan Season

The Rockport-Fulton (Texas) Chamber of Commerce recently conducted a survey of owners and managers of local RV parks and hotels, and the hospitality providers noted their satisfaction with the season, the Rockport Pilot reported. The survey aimed to determine the...

Wis. Campgrounds Expecting Better Season

High water and flooding kept many of the LaCrosse, Wis., campgrounds closed or partially closed for some big holidays in the beginning of 2014 but this year, the campground managers have a feeling it’s going to be a completely different start to the camping...

New Owners Update Montana Campground

Darrell and Jill Smith of Choteau, Mont., are breathing new life into the former Choteau Campground — reopening the “Choteau Mountain View Campground” on Friday (May 1) — for their first season of operation, the Choteau Acantha reported. The Smiths purchased the...

N.M. Forest Lands Closed For The Next Year

A chunk of the Carson National Forest in New Mexico, including the area surrounding the popular Canjilon Lakes, will be closed for at least the next year while officials decide how best to safely remove uncounted numbers of dead and dying trees, the Albuquerque...

Ore. Campground To Open For 2nd Season

For years, the playground equipment at Scotts Mills County Park could be described with a single word: underwhelming. The park along Butte Creek northeast of Salem had just a single slide and two swings, both of which were very old. “It was sorely lacking much of...

Survey: Campers Want Quality Family Time

According to a recent survey conducted by Aramark’s leisure division — an award winning food and hospitality partner for national and state parks —56% of the respondents camp with children under the age of 18. Families are camping mostly for recreation and are taking...

NRVIA To Host Certified RV Inspector Classes

Those individuals who are looking to develop the hands-on technical skills necessary to become a part- or full-time certified RV inspector or campground maintenance technician, or just learn how to maintain their RV, are encouraged to attend one of two upcoming...

TRC 'Excited' To Buy Ensign Power Pedestals

Technology Research, LLC – A Southwire Company (TRC) has acquired Ensign Power Pedestals, a leader in the marine and RV power pedestal markets, the Clearwater, Fla. company announced Tuesday (April 28). According to a company release, for the past 35 years, TRC has...

Family Enjoys 20 Years At KOA Campground

According to a report by TheChattanoogan.com, for 20 years, Jerry Wiles worked at Peabody Coal in Illinois. When he prepared to retire, he and his wife Harriet wanted to do something a little different. “We’d camped for years and were interested in the industry,”...

TACO Debuts All-New TexasCabinRentals.net

The Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO) this week announced a major redesign of TexasCabinRentals.net, the six-year-old website that TACO uses to market rental accommodations across the Lone Star State. “We’re very pleased with the new look and feel to the...

Lake Guntersville State Park Facing Closure

Alabama’s budget crisis, according to Gov. Robert Bentley, may ultimately lead to the closing of Lake Guntersville State Park, according to a report by AL.com. But the park’s fatal wound perhaps came four years ago on April 27, 2011. That’s the day...