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Two Developers Plan 75-Site RV Park in Fort Worth

A duo of developers is looking to turn a 10-acre site just north of downtown into Fort Worth, Texas' newest travel destination, according to fwtx.com. Mitchell Eberenz and Cole Frederick, who also co-founded Fort Worth-based oil and gas company Peak Land Services, are...

Developer Hopes to Build 185-Site Park in Bend, Oregon

Larry Kine sees the need for a luxury RV Park in Bend, Ore. Pending approvals from the city, the real estate developer will get a chance to build one along Murphy Road in the southwest part of the city, according to The Bulletin. Kine, owner of Kine & Kine...

RVers at Florida Resort Quilt Blankets For Migrants

Women at an RV resort in Florida are helping migrants stay warm this winter by quilting blankets, according to FOX 13. Betsy Ross would be proud of the women at the Camp Inn RV Resort in Frostproof. "We make quilts for children and for homeless and we made some for...

Miss. Considers Privatizing Parks Amid Budget Issues

Lawmakers are trying to figure out how to revive Mississippi’s state parks, which have suffered from years of budget cuts and neglected maintenance, according to The Meridian Star. But the price tag to bring the state’s 25 parks (three of which are run by local...

Expectations Running High for Florida RV SuperShow

There’s no question that expectations are generally running high for the 2021 installment of the annual Florida RV SuperShow, sponsored by the Florida Recreational Vehicle Trade Association (FRVTA) Jan. 13-17 at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, Fla. And FRVTA...

Here’s Why Camping World Holdings Surged 84.1%

Camping World, the nation's largest RV retailer, served as a gateway to the great outdoors for many during the pandemic, according to an analysis by Rich Duprey at the Motley Fool. What happenedShares of Camping World Holdings (NYSE:CWH) soared 84.1% in 2020 as the...

Court Temporarily Halts City’s Sale of Land to S.C. Parks

Myrtle Beach, S.C., cannot sell land to the Pirateland and Lakewood campgrounds until further action from the court system, according to The Post and Courier. In December, Horry County sued the city over the selling of 63 acres to Pirateland for $26 million and 81...

New Park Slated to Open This Spring in North Carolina

A new oceanfront RV park adjacent to North Carolina's Avon Pier is currently in the works and is scheduled to open by Memorial Day 2021, according to the Island Free Press. The “Avon by the Sea RV Park” will feature 26 full hook-up sites, an electronic gated entrance,...

Emily Peck Offers Younger Viewpoint, Growing VCA

Jeff Sims grew up working at Compton Ridge Campground, his family’s campground in Branson, Mo., and gained so much experience that he was elected president of the Missouri Campground Owners Association at the tender age of 19. Ten years later, the association hired...

Camco Manufacturing Inc. Founder Don Caine Dies at 81

Don Caine, founder and co-CEO of Camco Manufacturing Inc., passed away Dec. 30 in Greensboro, N.C., recently at the age of 81. Caine was born and raised in Greensboro on a tobacco and dairy farm. He served in the North Carolina Army National Guard from July 1962 until...

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