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Southeast Pubs: Growth Should Continue

Southeast Publications (a division of SEPI Marketing) services more than 1,500 RV resorts and campgrounds every year, the company said in a newsletter. In 2015, SEPI Marketing indicated that 54% of all campgrounds had to raise their annual order of guest guides by at...

Good Sam, Camping World Mark 50 Years

Camping World, the nation’s largest RV and outdoor retailer chain, and Good Sam, the world’s largest RV owners organization, are celebrating their 50th anniversary by hosting a “Golden Giveaway” event, which will feature promotions for shoppers...

Newlyweds RV, Working Across 50 States

It all started with a bucket list and a desire to escape the scorching Texas summertime heat. Little did Heath and Alyssa Padgett of Austin, Texas, know that their cross-country RV adventure – in their 1994 vehicle named “Franklin” – would lead to crossing...

Olympic Nat'l Park Hit Record 3.2m In '15

Olympic National Park officials say the park in Washington is on track for a new annual attendance record, the Peninsula Daily News reported. They expect final figures, which will be available mid-January, to show the park had more than 3.2 million visitors in 2015....

New Owner Has Big Plans For RV Resort

Businessman Philip Moreau has always had an eye on Northern Arizona, the Camp Verde Bugle reported. So when a recreational vehicle park in Camp Verde appeared on the market, he knew he had to jump at the opportunity to purchase the property. Moreau owns nine parks...

AAA: Gas Prices Should Stay Low For '16

AAA, which compiles gas price information from around the country, is projecting that gas prices will stay lower in the year ahead — maybe even lower than 2015, CNN Money reported. AAA estimates the average price of a gallon of regular, unleaded gasoline will be...

Lazydays: Equestrian Market's Growing

Lazydays RV executives couldn’t help but notice that Florida’s growing equestrian community is full of horsemen and women care deeply for their prized animals. Walking down a road in the Florida State Fairgrounds, Glen Soper pointed out to the Tampa Bay Times...