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Indy RV Show Aims to Draw Growing Millennial Buyer

It may be winter in central Indiana, but the forecast inside the 52nd Annual Indy RV Expo is for hot sales. As reported by WISH TV, the weeklong show is dedicated to camping enthusiasts who come from across the state to browse the latest in recreational vehicle models...

N.Y.’s New Frontier Town Impacted By Oct. 31 Storm

Frontier Town, the state’s highly publicized and newest campground in the Adirondacks serving regular campers, RVers and equestrian campers alike, was among those areas suffering damage from the 2019 Halloween storm that caused substantial damage in 18 counties in...

Utah County May Tackle Dvlp. Design Rules at Meeting

Significant changes to Grand County, Utah's land use code regarding new standards for overnight lodging developments could be approved at the first meeting in January, according to The Times-Independent. If ultimately enacted, the ordinance would not only mandate...

Fla.’s Saint Andrews Still Recovering From ‘18 Hurricane

It’s been more than a year since Hurricane Michael damaged Saint Andrews State Park in Panama City, Fla., but now the park is nearing a full recovery, according to WMBB. The hurricane wiped out most of the park's campgrounds, but the park recently reopened 60 of their...

10-Year Rule: Why RVers Hate it, Park Owners Use It

Have you heard of the “10 year rule” at RV parks? It’s a simple idea. If your RV is older than 10 years, you can be denied a reservation, according to drivinvibin.com. While many RVers have never experienced this rule first hand, it’s commonly used in RV hot spots...

Parks Canada Opening Reservation Period On Tuesday

As families wind down after the holiday season and settle into the new year, Parks Canada is encouraging people to make their reservations early to guarantee their camping spot in national parks across the country, according to the Lethbridge Herald. Starting Tuesday...

TACO’s ‘20 Camping Guide Highlights Shopping Venues

The 2020 RV Travel & Camping Guide to Texas is now being provided to consumers at RV shows, visitors’ bureaus and campgrounds in Texas and across the country, according to officials from the Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO). “Our theme this year is...

9 Camper Concept Vehicles Are Pushing The Envelope

The RV world reached new heights in the 2010s, laying the groundwork for what could be an even bigger decade to come. Not only did the camper industry rebound authoritatively from the 2008 recession, it rose steadily to an all-time US sales record in 2017 and...

Royal Gorge Finds Success Catering to Glamping Crowd

Campground operators across North America are increasingly investing in canvas “glamping” tents, which they furnish to varying degrees with household amenities, typically found in a furnished cabin. But while consumer interest in canvas tent glamping is on the rise,...

Financial Tug-Of-War Emerges Over PG&E Settlement

A financial tug-of-war is emerging over the $13.5 billion that the nation’s largest utility has agreed to pay to victims of recent California wildfires, as government agencies jockey for more than half the money to cover the costs of their response to the...

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