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New Developer Set For Harbor Campground

The 32-acre Harbor Terrace project near Avila Beach, located in California’s San Luis Obispo County, hit another speed bump in August when negotiations between the Harbor District and the HomeFed Corporation broke down, according to a report by the New Times. At...

Update On Olympic National Park Wildfires

The Paradise Fire has resumed its slow growth to the north, climbing very steep hillsides in the Queets River valley in Olympic National Park, according to a report by the Peninsula Daily. The fire’s area increased by 193 acres to a total of 2,796 acres by...

Lake Flooding Damages Estimated At $900k

Officials began releasing water the day after Mississinewa Lake in Kokomo, Ind., hit its record high. Levels have dropped every day since, according to a report by the Kokomo Tribune. On Tuesday (Aug. 25), most of the facilities around the lake opened for the first...

Rough Fire At 55,900 Acres, 21% Contained

Full-time residents of Hume Lake Christian Camps in California are back home, even as the Rough fire continues to burn five miles away, television station KFSN reported. This impacts about 100 permanent residents of the camp’s subdivision. Meanwhile, the...

Township, Campground Gear Up For Court

Delmar Township, Pa., and a campground are both gearing up for a legal battle, the Wellsboro Gazette reported. The most recent action came following an Aug. 12 inspection of the campground where building inspector Jay Erb posted Notices to Vacate on nine structures:...

Harbor Seeks To Renegotiate RV Park Bid

The Port San Luis Harbor District will try to renegotiate a new bid to operate its planned Harbor Terrace campground development from Red Tail Acquisitions of Newport Beach, Calif., the San Luis Obispo Tribune reported. The district’s cCommissioners voted Tuesday...

CRS Offers Custom-Fit RV Park Rec Options

The following profile by RV Daily Report Editor Greg Gerber appears in the August issue of Woodall’s Campground Management. How can a Wibit, Wedgie, Zulu, Iceberg and Jungle Joe 2 help campgrounds attract more guests and increase sales? Just ask the experts at...

Park Service Names New Associate Director

U.S. National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis named Rick Obernesser as the associate director for visitor and resource protection, according to an announcement from the park service. As associate director, Obernesser will serve as the service’s senior...

Paper Highlights A Minnesota Campground

Schroeder Regional Park & Campground near Annandale, Minn., packs a lot into a space smaller than your average alfalfa field. Trees, for one thing. A canopy of oaks, maples and basswoods shade 51 electrical sites that extend from the sandy shore of Cedar Lake, the...

Bear Warning Given At Alberta Campground

A bear advisory is in effect for Alberta’s Lac des Arcs campground due to “several bears” in the area who are feeding on berries in and around the campground, according to the Alberta Environment and Parks department, Global News reported. The parks department said...

Minn. City May Upgrade State Campground

More amenities could come to campsites in the Red River State Recreation Area campground if the East Grand Forks (Minn.) City Council accepts a bid for their installation, the Grand Forks (N.D.) Herald reported. The bid received preliminary approval from the council...

Storms Hit N.H. Campground, Community

Strong storms Tuesday (Aug. 25) brought hail, high winds and downpours to We are, N.H., television station WMUR reported. In just a few minutes, the damage was done at Cold Springs Campground. About 25 to 30 campers were smashed and the entrance to the campground was...