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More Snowbirds Heading Off The Beaten Path

The Phoenix and Tucson areas are loaded with RV parks and resorts that cater to snowbirds with organized activities and special events to keep them entertained throughout the winter season. But venture out into some of the more remote areas of the Grand Canyon State...

Pilot Rock Intros New Concession Area Tables

A popular feature in parks and campgrounds is a concession area where food and drinks are available. The traditional picnic table may not be the look you want here, according to Pilot Rock Park Equipment. That is why Pilot Rock created its new Model FCT-4 Food Court...

CCRVC: We're Disappointed In Federal Budget

The Canadian Camping and RV Council (CCRVC) announced that it is disappointed that the 2017 Federal budget did not include measures to protect private campground members in Canada from economically crippling and retroactive tax increases even though the Standing...

Storm Downs Trees In Tennessee Campground

Strong storms ripped through a popular tourist destination in central Tennessee on Tuesday (March 21) and left a path of destruction behind with it, television station WKRN reported. The strong winds were too much for many aged trees at Fall Creek Falls State Park....

Mass. Raising Some Campground & Beach Fees

Summer fun in the sun may cost more this year. Fees at some facilities run by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) are set to increase, but not all of them, television station WWLP reported. DCR operates several western Massachusetts...

New Riverfront Campground Opening In New York

A new 30-site campground will open this spring in West Stockholm, N.Y., NorthCountryNow.com reported. St. Regis Campground is located on the St. Regis River and will include 20 waterfront sites with full hookups and 10 sites with no hookups. The season opens May 1 and...

Nebraska Bracing For Major Aug. Eclipse Crowds

With no rooms at hotels, a few pilots plan to sleep under the wings of their airplanes at the airport in Beatrice, Neb. Restaurants typically closed Sundays will open to feed the masses. And merchants are seeing brisk sales of special cardboard glasses with protective...

Ontario City Jumps Gun Taking RV Reservations

There were more fireworks at the Timmins (Ontario) City Council meeting this week over the Stars and Thunder event planned for Timmins this summer, the Timmins Daily Press reported. At issue is the fact that organizers for the eight-day music festival have already...

Emerald Desert Teaming Up With Radio Station

Emerald Desert RV Resort, a five-star park in Palm Desert, Calif., announced that it has teamed with radio station FM94.9 to offer guests two “super mega colossal” weekends during the year’s top music and arts festival, April 14-16 and April 21-23. As part of the...

Campground Aerial Skills Park Set To Open In May

A new aerial skills park beside the Snow Valley Campground at Whitemud Park in Edmonton, Alberta, opens May 20, the Edmonton Journal reported. The park will have 100 games and challenges spanning three skill levels, said Tim Dea, marketing and communications manager...

N.H. Neighbors Don't Like RV Campground Plans

Residents of a rural area outside Laconia, N.H., near Pickerel Pond, gasped, groaned and laughed at a public meeting Monday night (March 20) when Jill Miller told them how many recreational vehicle sites could be placed in a campground she wants to build near them....