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Ark. Commission Approves Permit for RV Park Proj.

The Stuttgart (Ark.) Planning Commission considered a permit for Tony Nelson to operate a conditional use campground for RVs near Open Season Bar and Grill in Stuttgart’s B2 zone on Monday (July 25), according to the Stuttgart Daily Leader. Eric Mahfouz, the city’s...

RVshare Summer Trends: RV Travel Remains Popular

Summer means road trips and RV travel continues to gain popularity. According to a recent survey of RVshare renters, 68% of travelers said they are very likely to take a road trip this summer. The flexibility RVs provide, along with a one-of-a-kind vacation option is...

Sean Kelley Named Exec. Chef of Camp Fimfo Waco

Camp Fimfo Waco, which made its debut earlier this month, has appointed Sean Kelley as executive chef overseeing culinary operations for the camping resort. The property is home to the Mess Hall, featuring an elevated dining experience, as well as Squirrely’s Tavern,...

KOA Report Shows July Camping Demand Still Strong

The Kampground of America (KOA) Monthly Research Report – July Edition projects that 15.93 million households will camp in July – a number similar to 2021 – though some admit changing plans due to economic factors. Following the release of Kampgrounds of America Inc’s...

Paper: ADA Recreation Access Needs to Improve

Since George H. W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into law on July 26, 1990, which prohibits discrimination based on disability, New York state land managers have increased accessibility in Adirondack recreation areas, according to the Adirondack...

Camp Fimfo Opens Second Location in Waco, Texas

Camp Fimfo Waco opened its doors on July 15, according to the Waco Tribune-Herald. The Waco location, on the Bosque River next to McLennan Community College and Hawaiian Falls, offers an alternative to camping, ready-made for families wanting to visit and see Waco....