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RVIA Cancels Calif. Show Due to Coronavirus Concerns

The RV Industry Association (RVIA), announced today (July 2) that it was canceling the 2020 California RV Show amid continuing concerns over the coronavirus. "In light of the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis, the RV Industry Association has regrettably decided to cancel...

RVillage.com Hires Mark Lucas to Help Continue Growth

RVillage.com, one of the most successful RV social networking sites boasting 265,000 users, is focusing on growing its network of enthusiasts and advertisers with the addition of RV industry veteran Mark Lucas as its new business development manager. With 20-plus...

How Camping Became the Ideal Vacation This Summer

During the first wave of strict coronavirus lockdowns in late March, the only outings most Americans could look forward to with some degree of certainty were cautious trips to the grocery store. Slowly but surely, those fortunate enough to work or quarantine at home...

Texas Board Approves Permit For 2-Acre, 47-Site Park

The Navasota (Texas) Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) met Thursday (June 25) and after a public hearing with no comments against, commissioners approved a Special Use Permit application submitted by Glenn Fuqua for the development of an RV park behind the...

Calif. Firefighters Battle Fires, Evacuations Underway

As California firefighters gained control of the Park Fire in the area of Anderson Lake near Morgan Hill, a second fire flared to life near Crews Road outside Gilroy Sunday (July 5) afternoon, according to CBS5. The Crews Fire east of Gilroy in rural Santa Clara...

Pres. Trump Signs Extension to Apply For PPP Funds

President Donald Trump on Saturday (July 4) signed into law an amendment to the Paycheck Protection Program that gives businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic more time to apply for federal funds, according to Business Insider. The law extends the deadline to...

Michigan Park Finds Campers ‘Undeterred’ By COVID

Debbie McComb has been camping at Pirolli Park Campground in Petersburg, Mich., for five years, according to The Monroe News. McComb and her family are among the seasonal campers that spend as many summer nights as possible relaxing in their trailers among the trees...

Montana Campground Reopens After Bear Is Captured

A grizzly bear that led to the closure of Montana's Rainbow Point Campground has been caught and the campground along Hebgen Lake has reopened, according to the Independent Record. The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office announced the bear's capture on social media...

TACO Cancels Its August Conference Due To COVID

The Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO) announced in a letter on Thursday (July 2) that its planned conference in August would not be moving forward as planned. Originally planned to take place this past Spring, the conference had been rescheduled to Aug....

70-Site SkyPark Campground Set to Open in Mid-July

Located across from SkyPark at Santa’s Village, the San Bernardino County, Calif.-approved SkyPark Campground is ready to open this month, according to the Mountain News. “I am hoping to open our campground by mid-July,” said Bill Johnson, owner of SkyPark at Santa’s...

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