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Ariz. Campground Proves Conveniently Remote

The following is an excerpt of a travel column by Nigel Duara from the Los Angeles Times. For the full column, click here. As the weather in the low country between Los Angeles and Phoenix offers its last roasting temperatures of the season, the smart money is on...

Big Sur Campground Finally Reopened After Fire

The campground at California’s Andrew Molera State Park near Big Sur reopened Thursday after being closed for months because of the Soberanes Fire, television station KSBW reported. The 24 sites that can host up to 47 people were cleaned and ready to go as of...

Cape Breton Highlands Getting $2M Campground

A Cape Breton Highlands National Park campground in Nova Scotia that was heavily damaged by flooding last year is getting a makeover, the Cape Breton Post reported. More than $2 million has been allocated to create a new camping experience near Cheticamp. The project...

Some Calif. RV Parks Struggle With Water Quality

RV parks around Winterhaven, Calif., have been struggling to provide clean water to residents, television station KYMA reported. There are more than 20 RV parks in the desert Southwest, but while some are required by law to provide clean drinkable water, others can...

Neighbors Balk At Luxury RV Resort Plans In Ga.

A proposed $2.5 million RV park off Alabama Highway in Rome, Ga., drew support from Rome’s tourism director Thursday (Nov. 3) but more than 50 nearby property owners showed up to voice concerns and the project will face an uphill battle with county commissioners, the...

TengoInternet Acquires Wi-Fi Provider Airwave

TengoInternet Thursday (Nov. 3) announced the acquisition of Airwave Adventurers Inc., a Napa, Calif.-based Wi-Fi service provider with 47 customer locations across the U.S. and the Bahamas. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Airwave Adventures founder Jim...

MARVAC Reports 2016 A Major Camping Success

With mild weather and an extended fall color season, campground members across Michigan experienced a “boo-tiful” Halloween weekend to round out one of the most successful camping seasons in recent time, according to the Michigan Association of Recreation Vehicles and...

Campground Proves Success For County In Minn.

A recent ribbon cutting marks what is proving to be a successful new venture for the Buena Vista County, Minn., County Supervisors Chairman Don Altena told the Storm Lake Pilot Tribune. When a bait shop by the popular Linn Grove Dam came on the market in 2014, the...

Ore. Town Looks At Strengthening RV Regulations

Police in Gearhart, Ore., respond to reports of RVs parking illegally overnight on city streets and by the highway, and the city is looking at strengthening its ordinances to handle what police describe as a growing problem, the Daily Astorian reported. Gearhart’s...

Tenn. Planners Create Regulations For RV Parks

Jefferson City, Tenn., planners gave their approval last week to proposed county resolutions that would help govern camping/recreational vehicle parks, the Standard Banner reported. County Zoning Director Tim Seals told the group some campgrounds have found ways to...

RMS Will Roll Out New Services At ARVC's OHCE

RMS Hospitality Solutions announced that it will showcase the benefits of cloud-based technologies for campgrounds and RV parks next week at the 2016 National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) Outdoor Hospitality Conference & Expo (OHCE). Attendees...

Oregon Campgrounds Popular For Aug. Eclipse

If you want an Oregon campsite for the much-anticipated solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017, there’s a good chance you’re going to need a reservation, the Statesman Journal reported. Interest in campsites, yurts and cabins inside the “path of totality” — sites with a full...