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Q&A: Brian Schaeffer On 2018 & Legislative Issues

Woodall’s Campground Management (WCM) spoke with Brian Schaeffer, the executive director and CEO of the Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO) about how the association’s 2018 went and some of the legislative issues facing park owners in the state. WCM: How...

Column: Taking Your RV On an Alaskan Adventure

Editor’s Note: This column was written by Russ and Lori Tice for The Daily Press.  Camping has become a new way of travel for many adventurers. Sometimes, the old ways become new again. Alaska is a wonderful, scenic, and beautiful destination for travel. Some...

ARVC's 'OHCE' Running Nov. 4-8 In Oklahoma City

Moving West in 2018, officials at the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) will be focusing on the “value of community” at the 2018 Outdoor Hospitality Conference & Expo (OHCE) in Oklahoma City, Okla., from Nov. 4-8. After a successful 2017...

N.Y. Parks Ready to Welcome Guest This Weekend

Campgrounds and RV parks all around New York State still have sites available over the Columbus Day/Canadian Thanksgiving weekend (Oct. 6-8), according to the Campground Owners of New York (CONY). If you have been procrastinating on taking that camping trip, you can...

Minn. Developer Wins 'Narrow' Approval For Park

The Hubbard County (Minn.) Planning Commission narrowly endorsed a conditional use permit (CUP) for a proposed campground on Long Lake. On a 3-2 vote, the commission recommended approval of Chris Bolton’s CUP after attaching 16 additional conditions, according...

Bill Monroe Music Park Is Welcoming New Owners

The Bill Monroe Music Park and Campground, site of the long running Bean Blossom festivals in Morgantown, Ind., has been purchased by a local family, determined to continue the music and upgrade the facilities, just as previous owners Dwight Dillman and his family had...

Florence Recovery Begins as Flood Waters Recede

Hurricane Florence’s floodwaters were expected to reach their final peak before heading into the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday (Sept. 29) and weren’t as high as once feared in parts of South Carolina, according to the Insurance Journal. The Waccamaw River was expected to...