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Off-Road Vehicle Campground In The Works

Plans and discussion are underway in St. Joseph County, Mich.’s Sherman Township to build a campground with an off-road vehicle park after brothers Ben and Jamey Rouch of Three Rivers purchased 300 acres on M-66 last year, the Three Rivers Commercial-News...

Mich. RV Dealers Seeing Considerable Interest

Don’t be surprised if you see more recreational vehicles — from pop-up camper trailers to Airstreams — on the road this summer, the Traverse Ticker of Traverse City, Mich., reported. The RV industry — nearly wiped out by the economic recession of the late 2000s...

Wind Damage Hits Death Valley Campground

Windy weather Monday (March 28) in Death Valley National Park created a dust devil that flipped a camping trailer at the park’s Texas Springs campground, officials said. The Las Vegas Review Journal reported that no one was inside or injured at the time, but the wind...

$75M Sports Resort To Feature KOA Glamping

Want a side of glamping with your sports resort? As if there weren’t plenty of bells and whistles already attached to Indiana’s massive $75 million Catalyst Lifestyles Sport Resort, developers now are detailing a Kampgrounds of America (KOA) campground...

Iowa Gets First Jellystone Park Camp-Resort

Chip Smith and his wife, Kim, have owned and operated Walnut Acres Campground in Monticello, Iowa, for nine years, during which time they have built the park into a favorite destination for families seeking a clean park with organized family activities. But this year...

Tents For Troops Adds 35 Parks In 16 States

Tents for Troops (T4T), the Castle Rock, Wash.-based nonprofit organization that  aims to provide free camping for active-duty military members, announced that it has added 35 more RV parks to its network. The new parks range from California to New Hampshire, and...

Developer Wants To Build New Iowa RV Park

A local developer has expressed an interest in building a new RV park in Bellevue, Iowa, the Telegraph Herald reported. City Administrator Loras Herrig said he has been in discussions with A.J. Spiegel about a possible 60-plus site RV park that would be located on the...

N.D. City Deals With Mancamp Ruling Effects

With the impending closure of WIlliston, N.D., crew camps, there was a discussion at a recent Williston City Commission meeting over the proposal that temporary RV camps used for critical infrastructure workers might be allowed to stay. “I believe, in light of the...

Wash. Town Eyes Future Of Waterfront Park

City planners, consultants and a citizens advisory group are looking at how Windjammer Park in Oak Harbor, Wash., can be rebuilt and improved after the construction of the sewage treatment plant is complete, the Whidbey News-Times reported. Should the RV park return?...

Town Wants N.Y. Campground Open Longer

Leaf peepers and fall lookers are disappointed when they can’t camp in Caroga, N.Y., at the state-run Caroga Lake Campground during October, Jennifer Lair, owner of the Camper’s Corner Store, told the Leader Herald. “You can get the best look at the...

USFS Reopens Nebraska Campground Early

The U.S. Forest Service announced the Red Cloud Campground south of Nebraska’s Chadron State Park is now open and available for use, radio station KCSR reported. It had been closed for several month for timber thinning and the removal of dead timber and hazard...

NPS Offers Plan For Cape Hatteras Flooding

Epic rainfall since September has left the area around Cape Point, one of the most beautiful fishing and camping spots in the Cape Hatteras National Seashore in North Carolina, inundated with water and inaccessible to all but determined pedestrians, CoastalReview.org...