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RV Park Residents Troubled Over Gas Service

According to a report by KYMA.com, Richard Wagner says paying more for gas is just one of his concerns. Now, Wagner is left without gas … so without heating or cooking capabilities in his home. Wagner has been a tenant at Country Breeze Mobile Park in Yuma, Ariz., for...

How To Make Camping With Kids Good For All

Camping with your kids is a great way to enjoy an outdoor experience, according to a report by Paul Watson for GroundReport.com. Apart from having fun, kids get to learn a lot, especially when introduced to a new environment. Sadly, not all parents see it as a good...

What RVs Are Saying About The U.S. Economy

According to a report by The Atlantic, anyone despairing about the possibility of an economic slowdown may want to visit Elkhart County in northern Indiana for a boost. Elkhart County is the capital of the recreational vehicle (RV) industry, with 65% of all RVs made...

Thousands Of ‘Winter Texans’ Heading South

Winter has definitely hit western Canada with a wallop, but campgrounds, RV parks and resorts from Dallas to the Rio Grande Valley are keeping busy as thousands of “Winter Texans” make their way into the Lone Star State from the U.S. Midwest and western Canada....

NPS Celebrates Centennial Success, Eyes 2017

On the heels of President Obama’s signing of the National Park Service Centennial Act, on Dec. 19 the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation unveiled an impressive summary of the agency’s accomplishments, achieved with its partners and unprecedented...

Wash. National Park Considers Cellular Service

On a recent snowshoeing trip on Mount Rainier, Nancy Spears brought along her cellphone but was happy not to have coverage: It gave her time to connect with her snowy surroundings rather than her social media accounts. As reported by the Associated Press, spotty or no...

New Vice Chair At American Camp Association

The Board of Directors of the American Camp Association (ACA), a national organization with more than 10,000 individual members and nearly 3,000 member camps, has elected Tony Oyenarte, a long-time camp director from Gainesville, Fla., as its vice chair. According to...

Mammoth RV Camping May Be Best In Winter

According to a report by Russ and Lori Tice for the Daily Press in Victorville, Calif., the couple’s earlier article touting lower elevation winter camping and some pretty nice places to continue RV adventures in the cold months was met by unexpected yet...

Fees To Increase For D.C.-Area National Parks

The National Park Service (NPS) approved increases to park fees for entrance, campgrounds, and picnic areas in several national parks in the greater D.C. area. According to an NPS release issued Dec. 22, all of these rate changes will become effective on Jan. 1, 2017....

Meeting To Discuss Proposed RV Park In Md.

A public meeting was to be held today (Dec. 28) at the Ocean Pines Library in Berlin, Md., to discuss a proposed campground that would occupy the former location of Pine Shore Golf Course along Route 611, according to a report by DelmarvaNow.com. Those who are opposed...

RV Industry Blows Past Expectations In 2016

To say the recreational vehicle industry has had an exceptional year is an understatement, according to an Elkhart Truth report. “We went into 2016 thinking this was going to be a great year and everything so far has surpassed our expectations,” said Kevin Broom,...

Tiny House Poses Big Challenges For Family

According to a report by the Omaha World-Herald, for the six-member Mike family, living in their pair of tiny houses felt just right. But everything else that comes along with owning a tiny house — construction costs and the bureaucracy of finding land — wasn’t so...