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Southeast Publications Announces Winners

Southeast Publications announced that Nina Latello of Sleepy Hollow Lake Resort and Cecilia Villasenor of Double Dice RV Park are the winners in a drawing for two free website designs. The winners will receive a custom web design that is fully responsive with free...

S.C. Jellystone Grows With Fall Weekends

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Swansea, S.C., is offering six consecutive Halloween-themed weekends this year in response to strong consumer demand. The Halloween-themed weekends begin the last weekend of September and run through the last weekend of...

TengoInternet Highlights Freemium Model

TengoInternet announced that it has figured out how parks can provide home-like Wi-Fi service and have their most demanding guests pay for it. “This pricing concept, which we call ‘Freemium Wi-Fi,’ is being successfully deployed by nearly 70 RV parks across the...

CalARVC Worries About Exchange Impact

Parks along the southern tier of California are concerned about the drop in value of the Canadian dollar and what that might mean for this coming winter season, the California Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (CalARVC) said in its weekly member newsletter....

N.C. County May Drop Campground Rules

Swain County, N.C., commissioners will hold two public hearings Sept. 24 before deciding whether to dissolve ordinances regulating meat markets and campgrounds, the Smoky Mountain News reported. County Manager Kevin King said Health Department Director Allison Cochran...

High-End Motorcoach Resort Moves Ahead

A long-time proposed development in Southwest Florida’s largest city has cleared its first hurdle on the way to becoming a reality, television station WBBH reported. An upscale RV park called “Resort at Tranquility Lake” would sit on 188 acres at...

N.J. Campground Plans A Major Expansion

The owners of Seagrove Camp Grounds in Cape May County, N.J., told Dennis Township officials they want to add to the campground’s current number of campsites, the Cape May Herald reported. Seagrove currently has 205 campsites, and attorney James Pickering...

2015 Hershey Show Displays 1,000-Plus RVs

Public days at America’s Largest RV Show got underway on Wednesday (Sept. 16), with more than 1,300 recreational vehicles filling the Giant Center parking lot in Pennsylvania’s Derry Township, the Patriot-News reported. Last year the show had 46,049...

RVs, Campgrounds Featured At Mich. Show

A visit to the Fall Detroit Camper and RV Show, Sept. 30-Oct. 4 at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Mich., can keep summer memories sizzling and help families plan ahead for camping and RV trips next year, show organizers said in an announcement. With multiple...

Mont. Campgrounds Gear Down For Winter

Leaves are already starting to change colors as Montana heads into fall and campgrounds around the region will begin shutting down services in the near future, radio station KGVO reported. “Our water will all be shut off at those campgrounds on Oct. 1st,” said Chet...

Glacier National Park Fees Going Up Nov. 1

It soon will be more pricey to enter, and camp, in Glacier National Park in Montana, National Parks Traveler reported. Starting Nov. 1, Glacier will increase entrance fees and some frontcountry campsite fees. These fees reflect input from the civic engagement process...

Miller Creek RV Resort's Popularity Grows

The following campground profile by Mark Quasius appears in the September issue of Woodall’s Campground Management. The Texas Hill Country is a popular destination for many RV owners and Miller Creek RV Resort is in just the perfect place to capitalize on the...