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Campsite Repairs Continue After 2013 Flood

Weeks of hard work lay ahead to bring one of the Alberta’s campgrounds back to full operation after it was almost wiped out in the 2013 flood, according to a report by the Okotoks Western Wheel. The Foothills Lions Club had hoped to have all sites in the Bob Lochhead...

It's Hard Work Starting, Running Campground

Starting a campground is a massive undertaking for anyone, but what if there was a slightly less expensive way of going about it? Small Business Trends recently spoke to Andrea Steele, co-owner of Camper’s Paradise in Sigel, Pa. Steele’s family gave up everything –...

Campground Welcomes Sawyer Brown Band

The Whitewood Campground and Event Center inWhitewood, S.D., has announced that Sawyer Brown will play a one night show Aug. 6, according to a report by Digital Journal. Sawyer Brown is a country pop band that has been performing since 1991. Today, four of the five...

Area Campgrounds Monitoring Water Levels

Kozy Kamp Assistant Property Manager Andi Monroe is getting the word out. “We’re holding, as far as the river level goes,” said Monroe. With heavy rains expected over the next few days, that could change. Kozy Kamp is located in McDonald County, Mo.,...

Out-of-state Families Enjoying Mo. Camping

As reported by PeryvilleNews.com, June is recognized as national camping month. A time when businesses may give great discounts or special deals to their outdoor loving customers, and campgrounds might be seen offering fun entertainment and activities to their...

Floods Close Campgrounds, Threaten Roads

Heavy rain has closed not only campgrounds and picnic areas in the Pike National Forest, but also a stretch of the South Platte River, accordng to a report by The Gazette in Colorado Springs, Colo. Continued rain over swollen rivers and full reservoirs has put a...

Campground Owner Ready For 53rd Season

Nova Scotians are hitting the road for summer vacations, CBC.ca reports, and many will head for a classic campground that’s been run by the same woman for more than 50 years. King Neptune Campground in Indian Harbour sits on the water and already has RV...

Indiana ‘Capital Campout’ Touts Outdoors

Intermittent rain yesterday (June 17) couldn’t dampen the spirits of approximately 30 young campers at Indiana’s first Capital Campout, held at Fort Harrison state park just outside of Indianapolis. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence led the “Mile with Mike” hike with the...

Floods Exacting Their Toll On Campgrounds

As reported by KFVS, campgrounds in Missouri are notifying residents to retrieve their RVs as rivers continues to rise. Castor River Ranch in Glenallen, Mo., is one of the campgrounds affected by the floods in the area. Although the campsite sits eight feet higher...

Lake Jennings Campground Will Stay Open

The campground at Lake Jennings in Lakeside, Calif., will stay open, at least for the time being, reported The San Diego Union-Tribune. The 97-space camping area at the picturesque lake in Lakeside had been under some scrutiny for the past few years because it has...

Rising Waters Evacuate San Antonio KOA

Dozens of families were evacuated from a San Antonio campground late Wednesday night (June 17) because of the threat of flooding from the nearby Salado Creek, according to a report by Fox 29. Firefighters and police began knocking on doors at the Kampgrounds of...

Upscale RV Resort Planned For Cape Coral

For Matthew Smith living in north Cape Coral, Fla., comes with many perks. “It’s beautiful out here, and it’s very quiet it makes it a nice place to live,” Smith said for a report by WZVN. Smith knows change is inevitable, but throws out a...