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Oklahoma Park Rebuilds With Donations

When David Miller left his Oklahoma City RV Park May 6, he headed over to Roadrunner RV park on the south side of the city. While his Rockwell RV Park is a friendly competitor to Ray Doonkeen’s park, the two men are colleagues as leaders of the Oklahoma Association of...

Litchfield Unveils New Horse Campground

What started out as some trails cut by an avid horseman and a primitive campground near Lake Lou Yaeger has now became one of the premier equestrian campgrounds in Illinois, according to a report by The Journal-News. On June 27, government officials from the city of...

New Owners Split RV & Mobile Home Park

Splitting an Arizona lakefront mobile home and RV resort — a community, a neighborhood — in half isn’t easy, according to a report by Today’s News-Herald. It’s not easy for the management team that once ran the property as a single park, and it’s not easy for...

Cavco To Upgrade Fairmont Homes Plant

After purchasing Fairmont Homes last month, The Elkhart Truth is reporting that Phoenix-based Cavco Industries is planning upgrades to the Nappanee, Ind. manufactured housing plant. The companies announced the deal, wherein Cavco bought Fairmont Homes’ Nappanee...

Traverse City Tourism Picking Up For 4th

Businesses in Traverse City, Mich., are seeing more and more foot traffic for the upcoming holiday, reports 9&10 News. The Fourth of July is just around the corner and many travelers come up to enjoy the holiday in Northern Michigan. Several hotels and campgrounds...

Calif. KOA Campground Rises From Ashes

Operations at the Kampground of America (KOA) location in Acton, Calif., near Los Angeles, are back to normal, less than a week after fire gutted one its main cabins, a campgrounds spokesman told The Santa Clarita Valley Signal. “Since the fire on the 20th of June,...

Calif. Campground Gets Another Chance

Outdoor enthusiasts were obviously in their element over the Father’s Day weekend at Lake Jennings in Lakeisde, Calif, reports The San Diego Union-Tribune. And the Helix Water District hopes that happy campers will continue to be the norm at its 97-space recreation...

Cleanup Continues at Illinois Campground

The sound of chainsaws is filling Woodhaven Lakes in Sublette, Ill., WIFR reports, as property owners got their first look June 27 at the damage left by a tornado that hit the campground June 22. Traffic was backed up for several miles at one point as thousands slowly...

S.C. Campground Offers Attractive Setting

To encourage more activities in the great outdoors, the National Wildlife Federation is sponsoring a Great American Campout. From now through Sept. 7, people of all ages are being encouraged to camp in parks, campgrounds and backyards across the country. But what does...

Campground Raises $55,000 For St. Jude's

Even Mother Nature couldn’t put a damper on Huggy Bear Campground’s 4th Annual Huggy Bear Showcase of Bands Benefit for St. Jude’s, which was held last weekend at Huggy Bear Campground in Middle Point, Ohio. The event raised $55,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research...

Travel Channel: Two Jellystones In Top 10

The Travel Channel listed two Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts, one in Larkspur, Colo., and one in Cave City, Ky., as two of the 10 top campgrounds for families. Larkspur “We were very pleased and thankful to receive this recognition,” said Ian Steyn,...

Oil Spill Campground And Beach Reopen

One of the beaches in Santa Barbara, Calif., closed because of the South Coast oil spill is set to reopen today (June 26), television station KSBY reported. El Capitan State Beach and campground have been declared safe for the public by the California Department of...