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Gerber Returning as Editor of RV Daily Report

An agreement was reached Thanksgiving weekend to return ownership and control of RV Daily Report to its founder, Greg Gerber. The change will be effective Dec. 30. The company’s website reported that Gerber had sold the publication in July 2017 to Terry and Evada...

Mont. County Looking at Trash Fees for RVers

The Lincoln County (Mont.) Health Department is taking a close look at how residents are assessed in order to fund the Refuse District, starting with RVs used as full time residences, according to The Western News. Currently, there isn’t a section in the county’s...

Wash. Officials Look to Relocate Campground

Washington State Park’s officials will be holding a series of public meetings to provide information and get feedback on plans for major capital improvements at Schafer State Park, according to KXRO. The first meeting is from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Dec. 5, at Montesano...

Escape Homes Debuting New 'ESCAPE Boho'

ESCAPE Homes has debuted ESCAPE Boho, a 183-square-foot tiny home on wheels featuring “sustainably-grown” pine wood walls and “other zen-inspired designs that make a big statement in a small package this holiday season,” according to a press...

Owners Denied Rezoning for Expansion Plans

Stone County, Mo., commissioners denied a request to rezone land next to a small resort just off DD Highway in Reeds Spring, according to KSPR. The decision is a win for neighbors; however, it may not be a done deal yet. “We moved here for the quiet and...

Gunman Surrenders After Standoff In RV Park

A gunman who barricaded himself inside a fifth-wheel RV at the Jackson Rancheria RV Park in Amador County, Calif., for six hours surrendered, according to KOLO. The area is about 137 miles southwest of Reno. California Highway Patrol received a 911 call from the...

CRVA: Canadian 9-Month Shipments up 15.4%

The Canadian Recreational Vehicle Association (CRVA) reported that RV wholesale shipments into Canada for the third quarter, ending Sept. 30, totaled 10,141 units compared to 10,058 in 2017 for the same period, representing an increase of .08%. Accumulated...

Curtin: Shipments To Decline Slightly In 2019

RV shipments will be down slightly in 2019, according to a new forecast prepared by longtime RV industry analyst Richard Curtin, a professor at the University of Michigan’s Survey Research Center. In his latest quarterly RV RoadSigns newsletter, Curtin projects total...

Calif. Fire Insurance Losses Between $9-$13B

Insured losses for the Camp and Woolsey wildfires in California will be between $9 billion and $13 billion, catastrophe modeler Risk Management Solutions Inc. said, according to Business Insurance. The majority of the losses, $7.5 billion to $10 billion, will be...

Mich. Owner Warns of 'Rushed' Room Tax Bill

Vince Rogala, co-owner of Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping, is warning Michigan’s residents/tourists about a bill that he says threatens family-owned hospitality businesses in favor of franchise and large hotel owners. “Sponsored by our senator, Wayne Schmidt,...

Catalina Spa Installs Modern Rock Sculptures

Catalina Spa RV Resort in Desert Edge, Calif., has joined the ranks of the art scene in the Greater Palm Springs area, according to a press release. The resort recently added modern art touches to its landscape with the purchase of four large stone sculptures from...

MARVAC Event To Feature RVX, SSI Overview

The Michigan Association of RVs and Campgrounds (MARVAC) is hosting a special event for its members on Dec. 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the organization’s offices in Okemos, Mich. According to a press release, the event will include seminars on “RVX: The RV...