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Some N.Y. Campgrounds Seeing A Boost In Business

As the weather gets warmer and New York's Southern Tier region continues to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some private campgrounds have seen an influx in business, according to The Ithaca Voice. In an effort to flatten the curve, New York State Parks have been...

Redesigned GoCampingAmerica.com Unveiled By ARVC

The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) today (June 22) announced the debut of a redesigned GoCampingAmerica.com, the organization’s consumer-facing website focused on helping the more than 25 million Americans who go RVing each year find their...

Campers Can Book a Year Ahead at Mo. State Parks

Missouri State Parks, a division of the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), announced on June 16 an expanded reservation window for campgrounds, increasing from a six-month period to a 12-month period, according to the Daily Journal. Beginning at 7 a.m. on June 30,...

Ore. to Keep Some Parks Closed Due to Budget Issues

Eight Oregon state parks and campgrounds, including some of the state’s most iconic places, won’t reopen this summer, due to budget cuts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to The Register-Guard. The list of indefinitely shuttered places includes beloved state...

Mobile RVing: Carlsbad KOA Holiday Is A ‘Desert Oasis’

Editor's note: This story was written for Mobile RVing's blog The RV Bunch.  Bats, UFOs, sand (lots of it), and really big holes in the ground draw visitors to this corner of New Mexico. You may know those better as Carlsbad Caverns with its nightly bat flight, the...

‘Black Folks Camp Too’ Engages With Outdoor Industry

Earl Hunter Jr. was working as a vice president for camper manufacturer Sylvansport, traveling all around the country for sales calls, when his son, Dillon, asked a question that would change his career, according to a report by Backpacker magazine. “He said, ‘Dad,...

‘Unprecedented’ Surge in Visitors at Ill. Forest Preserves

Coronavirus restrictions and safety guidelines have motivated Illinois residents to seek the great outdoors. State parks, forest preserves and nature areas have been popular destinations for people searching for open space, a place to exercise, quiet time or a respite...

Report: RV Sales Were Rebounding Before Pandemic Hit

It happened again! Just as in 1990, 2000 and 2007, a decline in RV shipments preceded a recession, according to a report by Justin Fox of Bloomberg on Finance.Yahoo.com. Of course, unless you believe that RV dealers knew back in summer 2018 (when the shipment decline...

Campspot Launches New Housekeeping Feature

Campspot, a provider of management and reservation software, launched its new housekeeping feature this week, according to a press release.  “The release of the housekeeping module has been a highly anticipated event and has provided us the tools to ensure...

Taylor: Crisis Shows Why You Need Clear Agreements

Editor’s note: Christine Taylor, a graduate of UCLA School of Law, is an associate at Towne, Ryan and Partners P.C., a law firm with attorneys licensed in New York, Connecticut, Vermont, Massachusetts, Washington D.C., and New Jersey. Taylor has grown up in the...

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