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RVing Accessibility Group, Dealers Partner

RVing Accessibility Group (RVAG), a Colorado-based educational nonprofit that works with campgrounds across the U.S., has launched strategic partnerships with two RV dealers as resources for requests for accessible RVs. According to a written announcement, Alliance...

RV Park Latest In Town's Revitalization Push

The town of Park River, N.D., has made a lot of progress in the last decade, and the latest example is the start of construction on a new RV park to help draw people to the community, the Grand Forks Herald reported. “Ten years ago, Park River was balancing on a...

Old Hotel Gets New Life As RV Park, Motel

A hotel that’s been a landmark in Beaver Creek, Yukon Territory, for more than 50 years has found a new life, CBC News reported. The Westmark Inn, formerly owned by Holland America, is now in the hands of Beat and Jyl Lederberger and has a new name: Beaver Creek...

Tentative Minn. RV Park Plans Get Serious

While city officials continue to stress how early in the process it is, that any talk of putting an RV park in Central Park is very preliminary and that there are many hurdles that need to be cleared before any visions can become reality, those same Crookston,...

Arlington: Associations Help Grow Business

The following GuestView column appears in the August print edition of Woodall’s Campground Management. To run your business every day at peak performance, to score a perfect 10 every day in all areas of operations and customer service, ahh, that would be...

New Owners Aim To Promote Campground

In business since the ‘60s, Crystal Lake Campground and RV Resort near Lodi, Wis., has been under new ownership since April and the new owners are bringing fresh ideas, the Lodi Enterprise reported. Nathan Trappe, who owns the campground with his wife, Missy, and...

Details Released On Campground Rundown

More details have been released about an Adams County, Wis., attempted homicide case from two weeks ago, television station WSAU reported. Jennifer Adler, 34, is in jail, charged with intentionally driving her sport utility vehicle into 29-year-old Benjamin Lee of Eau...

Progress Slow Replacing State Campgrounds

A land deal to create new campgrounds on the south end of Whidbey Island in Washington has slowed but is still under negotiation, according to South Whidbey Parks and Recreation Director Doug Coutts.  The South Whidbey Record reported that district commissioners are...

Yosemite Plague Not Scaring Private Campers

Brandi McGrath noticed fewer campers last weekend at Yosemite Ridge Resort, but it wasn’t because of reports of plague in the adjacent national park, Healthline.com reported. It’s because the school year started. McGrath, who owns the private campground in Groveland,...

Soaring Traffic Stresses The Appalachian Trail

It was a full house at the Appalachian Trail Lodge in Millinocket, Maine, Aug. 19, but that was no surprise to the establishment’s co-owner Paul Renaud. The lodge, which holds about 30 hikers, has been packed for weeks, the Bangor Daily News reported. To the north of...

Reservations Reopen At Ore. Campgrounds

The temporary hold on new reservations for campgrounds surrounding Diamond Lake in the Umpqua National Forest in Oregon has been lifted, MyCentralOregon.com reported. New reservations can be made via Recreation.gov for Diamond Lake and Thielsen View campgrounds....

Builder Pulls Out Of Coastal Campground

HomeFed, a Carlsbad, Calif.-based development company, has pulled out of its agreement with the Port San Luis (Calif.) Harbor District to build the Harbor Terrace development — leaving the district on a tight time schedule to get it started, the San Luis Obispo...