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Season Sees Great Start At Mich. Campground

Campgrounds all across northern Michigan were packed for the long holiday weekend, UpNorthLive.com reported. Campgrounds like Coho Bend in Manistee are anticipating a record year for the number of campers. “We look forward to it every year. We close early, and...

S.D. Jellystone Packed For The Holiday Weekend

Many families spent Memorial Day weekend at one of the many busy campgrounds around the Brandon, S.D., region on the unofficial kickoff to the summer season, television station KSFY reported. At the Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Brandon, people were...

Colo. RV Park Seeks Annexation, Major Expansion

River Dance RV Park, the 40-pad development located west of Gypsum, Colo., may soon be an official part of the community, the Eagle Valley Enterprise reported. The park may also become a lot bigger. Earlier this month, planner Ron Lifton of Land Design Partners of...

Flood Evacuates Campers From Branson RV Park

Hail, damaging winds, and flash flooding all hit Branson, Mo., on Saturday (May 27), radio station KTTS reported. The city’s park director, Cindy Shook, says 12 people at the Branson Lakeside RV Park were evacuated. “The water came up really, really quickly. We...

PG&E Campgrounds Reopen After Storm Damage

Several Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) public campgrounds in California’s Plumas County opened Friday (May 26) after delays caused winter storms, which damaged facilities, roads and trees, YubaNet.com reported. PG&E’s Rocky Point Campground near...

Nesting Eagles Cause Forest Campground Closure

Nesting bald eagles have returned to Sunset Campground in the Eldorado National Forest in California, causing a temporary closure of the Shady and Meadow loops in order to protect the sensitive birds, the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) announced. “Sunset Campground...

Posh Guy Harvey RV Resort To Open In Tampa Bay

Love those Guy Harvey T-shirts with the soaring marlins? In the not too distant future, you might be able to kick back in your own Guy Harvey cottage in the first-ever Guy Harvey RV park in Florida, the Tampa Bay Times reported. Named after the popular Jamaican marine...

Report: Millennials Spark New Growth in RV Sales

With summer approaching and outdoor sites beckoning, Amy Buckles just put a deposit down on a ticket to adventure — her first new travel trailer. As reported by USA Today, the 35-year-old newcomer from Bristol, Va., is among the first-time recreational vehicle buyers...

RVIA: Park Model RV Shipments Continue To Climb

Park model RV shipments in April rose 8.7% compared to the same month in 2016, continuing an upward trend for the year, the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RIVA) reported. For the first four months of the year, shipments reached 1,456 units, marking a rise of...