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AutoCamp to Open Resort This Year, Two More in ‘22

Camping sure has come a long way. I remember pitching an old Baker tent that still smelled like it did during World War II, 50-years-later. That wasn’t very glamorous. Nowadays, the term “glamping” is all the rage. It began as souped-up tent camping where nature and...

Michigan DNR Officials Expect a Record Year in ‘21

Camping sites in the Michigan State Park system can be reserved six months in advance of a planned arrival date. That means many of the most popular state park campgrounds are already filling up for holidays like Memorial Day and the Fourth of July, according to ABC...

Mark Twain Landing to Receive a $3 Million Facelift

Say goodbye to the Mark Twain Landing Turtle and hello to the Mark Twain Lake Jellystone Park, according to the Courier-Post. The venerable and aging Mark Twain Landing Park and Splash Station waterpark, located south of Monroe City, Mo.m on the outskirts of Mark...

Black Couple to Open 100-Site RV Resort in Alabama

Meet Nathan and Alicia Lawson, the African American couple that owns Time Away RV Resort, which will be the first RV resort within walking distance of the NASCAR Talladega Superspeedway in Lincoln, Ala. It is conveniently located two miles off Interstate Highway 20,...

Glacier Nat. Park Expects Many Challenges in 2021

The superintendent of Montana's Glacier National Park said 2021 will bring a lot of challenges, including a large road construction project, new federal rules due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some campgrounds that will remain closed, and hurdles to clear in order to...

Arizona Park Plans to Add 40 Sites as Demand Booms

With the rollout of vaccines, optimism is building for the return of large weddings starting later in 2021. Arizona Nordic Village General Manager Evan Reimondo said reservations are beginning to come in for summer and fall celebrations at the recreation area located...

Developers Currently Building 3 Parks in Colo. City

Commercial real estate activity continues to hum at a lively pace, and many of the current projects around town involve taking under-utilized properties and turning them into something new that will generate tax dollars and add to the community’s overall aesthetics,...

Minn. City to Look at Site Request, Campground Dvlp.

The city of Crookston (Minn.) Planning Commission will be asked to consider granting a conditional use permit so 15 new recreational campsites with electrical, water and sanitary sewer services can be developed on the parcel behind/immediately to the west of AmericInn...

Cabin Owners Fight Off Campground Dvlps. In Wisc.

The snow lies deep on the lakes and woods of Burnett County, Wisc., but the temperature is rising as residents and developers fight over an explosion of campgrounds in northwest Wisconsin, according to the Star Tribune. Long a favorite vacation spot of Twin Cities...

Fireside Chats: Giving Your Campers a Farm Experience

Waking up to the sounds of farm animals isn’t for RVer, but there are plenty of campers looking for that type of unique experience. Maybe you are a park owner that enjoys raising animals, growing a garden and more. There are plenty of enterprising campground owners...

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