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Mich. Campground Gets Siren, Tornado Shelters

Salem Township in Allegan County, Mich., has been awarded an $800,000 grant to fund two tornado shelters and a warning siren that will be placed in Sandy Pines Campground Resort, MLive.com reported. Through collaboration with FEMA, the Michigan State Police Hazard...

Ex-Campground Workers Charged In Theft Case

Two former employees of the Twin Mills Camping Resort in Howe, Ind., were arrested Monday (Nov. 21) after a two-month-long Indiana State Police (ISP) investigation into an internal theft allegation, the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel reported. According to the ISP, an...

RVDA: Federal Judge Blocks New Overtime Rule

A federal judge has blocked the U.S. Department of Labor’s (USDOL) overtime rule from taking effect on Dec. 1, according to an alert from the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA). Agreeing with arguments posed by concerned states and an array of business...

Tourism Movie Draws Attention To National Parks

“National Parks Adventure,” Brand USA’s giant-screen movie — which showcases the incredible beauty of our national parks — has been seen more than 2.4 million times in 98 markets worldwide in just the first six months, according to an announcement from the...

Board Nixes Appeals By Campground Opponents

An appeal of a variance allowing campgrounds at the Claremont Speedway in Claremont, N.H., will not be heard, members of the Zoning Board of Adjustment said Monday night (Nov. 21), the Union Leader reported. The variance that was granted by board members on Oct. 3...

Campground Sanitation Providers Keep Growing

Coming on the heels of another strong summer camping season, many vendors who provide products and services to campgrounds are likewise enjoying strong business. That’s certainly true for the companies providing essential sanitation products to RV parks and...

Coming Eclipse Helps Campground Reservations

It’s going to be difficult for visitors to find a place to sleep in Linn County, Ore., on Aug. 21, 2017, thanks to the “Great American Eclipse,” the first coast-to-coast solar eclipse in North America since 1918. Local motels and area campgrounds are already booked as...

Airstream Adventures Makes Big T4T Contribution

Ted Davis, owner of Airstream Adventures Northwest, stopped by the Tents for Troops ( T4T ) booth at the National Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) Conference in Las Vegas, Nev., earlier this month, according to an announcement from T4T. Near closing of...

WebRezPro Is Optimizing With NAVIS Narrowcast

WebRezPro cloud property management system by World Web Technologies Inc. announced direct integration with NAVIS Narrowcast, a reservation sales optimization and management solution designed to increase hotel revenue and profit from existing demand. The combined...

VIDEO: Ridgeview RV Resort, Bullhead City, Ariz.

Ridgeview RV Resort in Bullhead City, Ariz., is the focus of a recent video by MobileRVing.com, part of Southeast Publications and SEPI Marketing. The resort is less than a mile from the Colorado River and is just across the border from Laughlin, Nev., which features...

Black Friday Hikes Planned For GSMNP Visitors

Great Smoky Mountains National Park will offer guided hikes on Friday, Nov. 25, also known as “Black Friday,” the day after Thanksgiving, when shoppers hit the malls like swarms of locusts, the Citizen-Times of Asheville, N.C., reported. The hikes are a way to get...

Lawmaker Pleased With B.C. Reservation Change

British Columbia Provincial legislator Andrew Weaver is cautiously pleased with recent changes to camping reservation system in provincial parks, the Oak Bay News reported. Changes to the BC Parks Discover Camping Reservation Service for the 2017 season aim to improve...