b'INDUSTRY NEWSNEWS IN BRIEFCampspot Works to Continue Seizing Momentum as it Looks to 2022 Campspot, an online marketplace for RV resorts, family campgrounds, cabins, glamping options and more, has announced that it had generated over $850 million for campgrounds in 2021, representing an increase of 116% year-over-year and marking the fastest growth year-to-date in its six-year history. Campspot launched in 2015 with its software-as-a-service (SaaS) product that provides campground owners with tools to manage bookings and grow revenue, according to a release. Since January 2021, Campspot had added over 700 new campgrounds, increasing its total park portfolio to roughly 20% of private campgrounds in North America. Parks using Campspots software saw a 75% year-over-year increase in revenue on average, significantly higher than the 25-45% reported increases by other industry groups, the release stated. WCMA series of tornadoes caused severe damage at the Holiday Hills resort in Eddyville, Ky. NCAs Vice President Carrie Ann (Wright) Teixeira Corrado Passes Away The Northeast Campground Association (NCA) is remembering its Vice President Carrie Kentucky Resort RecoveringAnn (Wright) Teixeira Corrado who passed away in her sleep on Dec. 11. According to the NCA, Corrado worked in multiple business-related roles before returning to Center Ossipee, N.H., to help run the family business, Terrace Pines Campground. She was Following Devastating Tornadodetermined to carry on the family legacy of the campground being run by family with her sister, Caitlin Wright. The Holiday Hills Resort in Eddyville,knocked down during the tornado andCorrado and her sister are the third generation of the Wright family to run Terrace Pines, Ky., was hit hard by a storm that led tothat they were trying to get access towhich was built and opened in 1961 by their late grandparents, Arthur and Helen Wright, and 20-plus tornadoes striking throughoutwater and electrical panels since a lot ofthen was run by her late father, Mark Wright, and her mother, Jane Wright. Corrado was very theMidwestbetweentheeveningofour infrastructure was damaged. Dec. 10 and the following morning, ac- Lee noted to WCM right before Christ- active in the campground community and was part of the New Hampshire Campground Own-cording to Danielle Lee, co-owner of themas that the resort doesnt look as muchers Association and NCA. park along with her husband, Daniellike a tornado hit it.A service was held Dec. 18. Donations can be made in memory of Carrie Teixeira-Corrado Lee.Almost all of our log cabins (five) areto the Northeast Campground Association Scholarship Fund Inc., 76 Lamb Rd, Stafford Springs, Danielle noted to Woodalls Camp- verydamaged.OneofourLakesideCT06076. WCMground Magazine (WCM) and posted onPlace tiny houses is getting a new porch Facebook that out of 131 campsites, weand roof, and all buildings are getting may have 50 that werent damaged innew roofs, she said. The recovery effortRVC Outdoor Destinations Announces Planned Resort in Sandusky, Ohio some way.is going forward, but we are finding moreRVC Outdoor Destinations is growing its portfolio of elevated outdoor vacation properties The Lees have owned the park sinceand more work to be done every day.with plans to break ground in summer 2022 in Sandusky, Ohio, according to a release from the 2019 and also operate a smaller RV park,The park was closed for the seasoncompany. Sandusky is home to Cedar Point amusement park. Tween the Lakes Campground in Grandwhen the storm hit, so Lee said they were Rivers, Ky. lucky that no one was in the park whenThe brands collection of outdoor resorts features a wide variety of lodging options including Asthecalendarturnedto2022,the tornado moved through.RV sites, glamping tents, cabins and cottages with upscale services and hotel-like amenities Danielle told WCM that they had madeOur security guy was there, and itlocated within some of the countrys most beautiful natural settings, noted the release. progress on recovering from the devas- rocked his world, she explained, to- Were thrilled to bring the RVC brand to the Midwest and we could think of no better landing tating storm. taled his truck and camper, but he wasspot than Sandusky, Ohio, said Matt Uselton, executive vice president of RVC Outdoor Desti-Lee said that they had worked to cleanOK,justshookup.BenQuiggle up85%ofthelargetreesthatwereWCM nations. We are honored to become a part of this community and look forward to partnering and supporting local businesses. WCMRVIA Reports that Wholesale RV Shipments Set New November Record Results for the RV Industry Associations (RVIA) November 2021 survey of manufacturers determined that total RV shipments ended the month with 49,135 units, a new record for the month of November and an increase of 15.6% compared to the 42,513 units shipped during November 2020, the previous record for November. Year to date at the end of November, 559,743 RVs had been produced, the most RVs ever built in a single year. The RV industry remains on pace to build more than 600,000 RVs in 2021 and 2022 according to the latest RV Roadsigns forecast. WCM4 February 2022Woodalls Campground Magazine'