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Officials Defer on B.C. Campground Purchase

The question of how the purchase of a piece of property necessary for the proposed community campground project will be funded was on the agenda at the Nov. 14 Sicamous Council meeting in British Columbia, according to The Salmon Arm Observer. After discussion the...

Minn. County Moving To Online Reservations

Kandiyohi County, Minn., will deliver a strong nudge this coming year to get the public to make reservations online for campsites at its county parks, according to the West Central Tribune. When reservations open Jan. 14 for the 2019 camping season, the first two...

Resort Data Proc. Releases RDPWin5 System

Resort Data Processing has re imagined what a booking engine and property management system (PMS) can do when both systems are seamlessly integrated and react to the ever changing user base, according to a press release, They have recently released their RDPWin5...

Fire Damaged N.M. Park Might Reopen Earlier

Officials with the Smokey Bear Ranger District of New Mexico’s Lincoln National Forest are cautiously optimistic that South Fork Campground, damaged by the Little Bear Fire and its aftermath in 2012, will reopen earlier than projected, according to the Ruidoso...

Trump Threatens China with Additional Tariffs

President Trump said he plans to move forward with increasing tariff levels on Chinese products to 25% in January, saying in a Wall Street Journal interview that it is “highly unlikely” that he would comply with China’s request to hold off on the increase. “If we...

'Camp Fire' Contained, 85 Dead & 249 Missing

Fire-frazzled northern California finally got some good news Sunday (Nov. 25): An epic blaze that ravaged the countryside, killed dozens and wiped out thousands of homes was 100% contained, according to U.S. Today. The Camp Fire – the nation’s deadliest in a...

RVPowerOutlet.com Offers 'At Home' Pedestal

Editor’s Note: This article was written by Amanda Brandon for Mobile Rving’s blog The Buzz. Have you ever thought about the power protection your RV needs? With cooler months upon us, it’s a good idea to do an inventory of how your camper will weather the...

New Parks And Rec Areas Proposed In Alberta

A wildland park, three provincial parks and four recreation areas are proposed for Alberta’s Bighorn Country on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains near Nordegg, according to theweathernetwork.com. The government released the plan Friday (Nov. 23) in...

RVIA: Shipments Down 11% for Oct, 1.1% YTD

The RV Industry Association’s (RVIA) October survey of manufacturers found that total RV shipments finished the month with 43,568 wholesale shipments, a decrease of 11% from the 48,926 units shipped last October. Compared to September 2018, shipments grew 40.7%....

Missed Deadline 'Will Not' Impact Park Project

A lawyer for the developer seeking to build a campground development in Nova Scotia missed a deadline to file a submission to the provincial regulator by 89 minutes and as a result the group opposed to the project sought to have the document ruled inadmissible,...

W.Va. State Park Gift Cards Include 8 Coupons

The ultimate gift for a West Virginia state park fanatic. Park system gift-cards for 2019 include eight bonus coupons for park amenities if purchased before Dec. 14, according to system spokeswoman Miranda Cope. Extras include: A buy-one, get-one-free admission to the...

Va.'s 'Cumberland Gap' Offers Winter Camping

The Wilderness Road Campground in Virginia’s Cumberland Gap National Historical Park will remain open this winter with Loops A and B available for camping, according to a press release. Loop A does not have electricity, while Loop B provides 20-, 30- and 50-amp...