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Changes Could Affect How Public Lands Managed

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is moving forward with a plan to relocate thousands of federal employees across the country as part a major reorganization that aims to put the department’s resources closer to the national parks and other public lands that it manages....

RVB/Wells-Fargo Survey Reveals Upbeat Outlook

The RV industry, after eight consecutive years of expansion, remains in a growth mode according to a commanding majority of the 195 respondents to the 2018 RVB/Wells-Fargo All-Industry Survey. Fully 89.4% of those participating in the annual survey saw their companies...

Cava Robles' Managers Named, To Open This May

Cava Robles, a Signature Sun RV Resort and cottage project under development in Paso Robles, Calif., has chosen two local hospitality professionals to guide day-to-day resort operations. Lisa Harold, regional vice president for Sun Communities and project lead for...

New ORR Aims To Provide Voice For Outdoor Rec

Recreation industry leaders have formed the Outdoor Recreation Roundtable (ORR), a powerful unified entity that will provide a strong voice for outdoor recreation across America. According to a press release, the new organization combines the Outdoor Recreation...

Sugarloaf Ridge Set To Reopen After October Fire

The weekend’s promise of clear skies and sunny weather bodes well for hikers, cyclists, ‘shroomers and other lovers of outdoor recreation. In Sonoma Valley, Calif., many are welcoming the return of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park – which suffered extensive burning in the...

Happy Camp Construction Proceeds On Schedule

The Canyon Lake (Calif.) Property Owners Association announced that the Happy Camp construction project is on schedule and expected to be completed by Memorial Day. The grading and demolition are completed; sewer, water and electrical trenching are next. Both the...

D.C. Campground Part Of Speedskater's Journey

The Cherry Hill Campground in College Park, Md., is not generally considered an American Olympic factory. But for short-track speedskater John-Henry Krueger, the campsite always will be an unlikely defining spot in his Olympic trek, according to The Washington Post....

Toronto Hosting Spring Camping Show March 1-4

The Toronto Spring Camping and RV Show is set to be held March 1-4. According to a press release, the show is the largest consumer RV show in Canada and the only show produced by the Canadian Recreational Vehicle Association. There are more than one million RVs on the...

CCLOA Conference Features Variety Of Sessions

The Colorado Campground & Lodging Owners Association (CCLOA) will be hosting their  annual conference at Colorado Springs Kampgrounds of America from March 7-8, dovetailing with an industry program that is occurring the day before at the same facility. The ARVC...

KARVC Ready To Host Annual Gathering Feb. 27

Campground owners from across Kansas are in the midst of enjoying their less hectic winter season, while plans for a bustling spring and summer are taking shape. Occupancy is expected to be strong this year, given all indicators from the RV industry. To assist in...