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Tenn. Corps Campgrounds Expecting Big Season

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville (Tenn.) District employees maintain some of the largest and most used recreational areas in the country close by in the Cumberland River Basin, not a simple task, the corps said in an announcement. Just like preparing a home, an...

Paper: Does Staying In Cabin Qualify As Camping?

Camping sounds simple. You set up a temporary living arrangement in an outdoor, shelter-free environment not designed for permanent habitation, the Arizona Republic reported. But ask a dedicated backpacker, the kind who enjoys lugging 50 pounds of gear to the far edge...

Govt. Minister's Campground Gets Rare Tax Cut

Land at the center of a proposed Shediac, New Brunswick, campground that is connected to Health Minister Victor Boudreau received one of the area’s few property assessment reductions and the second-largest property tax cut in the town this year, CBC Nerws...

Yahoo Finance: U.S. Demand For RVs Is Insatiable

The RV market is on a tear — thanks to retiring Baby Boomers. And, according to a Yahoo Finance report, it’s a good signal for health of the American consumer, given the most important factor in determining the demand for recreational vehicles is real per capita net...

VIDEO: TXAD On Customer Reviews & Websites

In this week’s episode of the Web Advise Video Podcast, TXAD Internet’s Braden Walker talks about customer reviews and review sites. He covers the two most important parts to handling reviews and that is making sure you have access to respond to your...

Mich. County Moves To Purchase A Campground

Branch County (Mich.) Commissioners formally approved a resolution on Friday (March 24) that would allow the county to apply for a state natural resources grant to help fund the purchase of a 25 acre campground on Randall Lake, radio station WTVB reported. The...

N.B. Campground Owner Warns Against Tax Hike

A New Brunswick campground owner said recent property tax spikes are going to kill the industry. Ed Innis of Miramichi’s Sunrise Campground told the Miramichi Leader his tax bill ballooned from a $4,500 in 2015 to $11,200 this year. Innis said the increases will...

New Campground Owners Are Making Upgrades

Friends from Membertou and Eskasoni First Nations are turning a Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, campground into an indigenous-owned camping and RV park, CBC News reported. The former Englishtown Ridge Campground, which sits near the entrance to the Cabot Trail, is now known...

Nebraska Campground One Step Closer To Reality

Plattsmouth, Neb.,  is one step closer to having a 28 1/2-acre riverfront recreational vehicle campground with its city planners recommending the city council pass a proposed amendment to the zoning ordinance and rezoning for the area, the Plattsmouth Journal...

Attorney: Mass. Campground Older Than Zoning

Using photographs and advertisements from the 1950s as evidence, the attorney for Horton’s Camping Resort in Truro, Mass., told the zoning board of appeals (ZBA) that the campground was established years before the town adopted zoning in 1959, and therefore can...

Southern Illinois Campgrounds Set To Open Soon

The 2017 Carlyle Lake and Lake Shelbyville camping seasons officially kick off very soon in southern Illinois, the Alton Telegraph reported. This season opener is a big event for those longing to again sit around a campfire and roast hotdogs and marshmallows. The...