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WFR Passport Improves WiFiRanger's Usability

WiFiRanger announced that WFR Passport has been embedded in every WiFiRanger product, improving performance and usability at hundreds of RV parks and state campgrounds across the country. According to a written announcement, WFR Passport enables a seamless connection,...

Winegard ConnecT Aims To Increase Wi-Fi Range

Americans’ habits have changed dramatically in recent years when it comes to the technological aspects of their lives and their views of cars and RV’s in particular, points out Grant Whipple, president of 62-year-old Burlington, Iowa-based Winegard Co. “Connectivity...

Mississippi RV Park Improvements Implemented

Officials in Pearl River County, Miss., said projects are essentially complete at the Walkiah Bluff Water Park in Picayune, including the installation of sewer lines to the campsites, the Picayune Item reported. County Engineer Les Dungan said funding for the project...

Winter Camping Grows, But Needs Preparation

From wilderness backpackers in popup tents to campers who find cooking and sleeping in an RV more civilized, winter camping is gaining momentum, according to the Greeneville (Tenn.) Sun. There is nothing quite like having almost an entire campground to yourself to...

One Killed In Alabama Campground Fire Dec. 31

Cherokee County, Ala., officials said a man was killed Saturday morning (Dec. 31) in a fire at a Cedar Bluff campground, AL.com reported. Coroner Jeremy Deaton said dispatchers got a call at 6:06 a.m. about an apparent structure fire seen across Weiss Lake in the...

Lake George RV Is National Large Park Of Year

Lake George RV Park in Lake George, N.Y., has been recognized as the best Large Park of 2016 in the United States by the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC). ARVC recognizes small, medium, large, and mega parks with Park of the Year awards. The...

A Look At Surviving The Campground Jungle

The following column by Brian McGuinn, director of business development for Southeast Publications, appears on the Southeast Publications website here. Make no mistake, like many other industries, the campground business can be a jungle. The beasts that endure are the...

Strong Winds Cause Damage At Texas RV Park

Strong winds of up to 70 mph blew through the S Curve RV Park in Bakersfield, Texas, Sunday (Jan. 1), causing damage to some RVs, television station KWES reported. Amy Walls, a guest at the park, said, “It was very scary for me. You could hear things crashing...

Yosemite Camping Bookings Not Easy To Find

Booking online for summer camping at Yosemite National Park in California begins soon, the Union Democrat reported. Because Yosemite is one of the most popular camping destinations in the world, it can be difficult to secure campsite reservations for summer dates. A...