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WATCH: WCM Highlights Camper Reservation Issues

WCM's Outdoor Hospitality Update focused on camper reservation issues during its show at 3 p.m. EST on Tuesday (Sept. 21). Guests Mark Koep, the CEO and founder of CampgroundViews.com and moderator of the “RV Park/Campground Operators and Managers Operations &...

Volta’s Johnson to Join ‘RVing in New England’ Show

Jack Johnson, co-founder and CTO at Volta Power Systems, is the guest on tonight’s (Sept. 22) program of “RVing in New England,” the weekly Facebook Live show hosted by Bob Zagami and John DiPietro of the New England RV Dealers Association (NERVDA). "The industry is...

200-Site, 75-Acre Arizona Dvlp. Faces Stiff Opposition

More than 100 residents overflowed the Picture Rocks (Ariz.) Community Center on Tuesday (Sept. 14), to voice their opposition to a proposed 200-site RV park on 75 acres near Saguaro National Park West, according to tusconlocalmedia.com. The RV park would be located...

Ark. Couple Enjoys Operating Park During Retirement

When Jimmie and Melissa Kasinger opened Jimos RV Park in Mountain Home, Ark., in Oct. of last year, they weren’t just looking to become business owners again, according to the Baxter Bulletin. The former owners of Bobbie Sue’s were looking for more. They were looking...

Ark. City Passes Rules to Regulate Campgrounds

The city council in Gentry, Ark., at its regular meeting held Sept. 13, adopted an ordinance allowing and regulating campgrounds and RV parks within the city, according to the Eagle Observer. Passed on three readings with a single vote was an ordinance that...

TravelPulse: Some Campgrounds Offer Tubing Access

Editor's note: This article first appeared on travelpulse.com.  With summer about to turn to fall, there are plenty of great getaways that allow you to escape the heat and the “dog days of summer” while enjoying the fresh air of the outdoors. While campgrounds across...

NPS: Fee Increase at Fla. Park Would Boost Services

The National Park Service is seeking public comments on changes to campground fees under consideration for Biscayne National Park in Florida, to enhance visitor services and better address common campground issues such as noise complaints, trash disposal, resource...

Interior Department to ‘Rebuild, Strengthen’ the BLM

EDITOR'S NOTE: BLM land, mostly located in the Western United States, is a popular dispersed camping option for many RVers. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland on Sept. 17 outlined steps that the Department plans to take to rebuild and strengthen the Bureau of Land...

Registration Open for CONY’s 57th Annual Exposition

The Campground Owners of New York are planning to host its 57th annual Exposition for the Outdoor Hospitality Industry & Trade Show from Oct. 31-Nov. 3 at The Conference Center at Niagara Falls in Niagra Falls, N.Y. In 2019, the exposition hosted representatives...

Writer Wins Award for Work on 2021 CONY Magazine

One of the content writers for the Campground Owners of New York's (CONY) 2021 Camp New York magazine has won an award for an article that was featured in the magazine. Bill Hilts Jr., of Lockport, N.Y. was recognized for his outstanding work as an outdoor media...

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