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Okla. KOA Owners Invest Money, Hard Work Into Park

Some may have seen the sign directing you to a hidden gem as you headed south on U.S. 59, but many of you may not be aware of the flurry of activity that can go on at the Sallisaw/Fort Smith West Kampgrounds of America (KOA) Holiday in Sallisaw, Okla., according to...

Mich. County to Expand, Upgrade Park’s Campground

The Mecosta County (Mich.) Parks Commission is working on a proposal to add additional campsites to School Section Lake Park, according to the Pioneer.  The park board previously approved an expenditure of $40,500 for engineering designs and approved an additional...

250-Site ‘Boggy Creek’ RV Park in Fla. Sold For $10M

Boggy Creek Resort and RV Park in Kissimmee, Fla., formerly known as East Lake Fish Camp, has been sold to Tampa-based mobile home park operator Mark J. “Jamie” Sullivan for $10 million, according to Growth Spotter. Sullivan, CEO of Summit Communities, purchased the...

ARVC to Host EV-Focused Panel at OHCE in Raleigh

As more fully-battery operated cars are sold and with electric RV’s just around the corner, there’s a growing need for campground infrastructure to be ready, according to a release. The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) has announced a unique...

Pathfinder Ventures is Trading on Toronto Exchange

Pathfinder Ventures Inc. (TSXV:RV) has announced that at the opening of the market Wednesday (Oct. 20), the corporation's common shares commenced trading on the TSX Venture Exchange under the ticker symbol "RV." Joe Bleackley, Pathfinder's Chief Executive Officer,...

Mich. City to Build 16-Acre Campground Using Grant

The City of Ishpeming, Mich., will clear-cut about twelve acres of wooded lands in order to build a new rustic campground along Malton Road, according to RRN. The work is scheduled to start today (Oct. 21). The city received a $100,000 state grant to build the 16-acre...

Washington National Forest Proposing Fee Increases

People can comment on proposed recreation-site fee increases in Washington's Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest when their resource advisory committee meets on Wednesday (Oct. 27), according to the Methow Valley News. The forest is proposing new or higher fees at 85...

Board Denies Permit to Build 2 Yurts on Va. Property

A special use permit application for a campground in Roseland, Va., was denied during the Nelson County Board of Supervisors’ Oct. 12 meeting, according to the Nelson County Times. Margaret and Daniel Mais, of Crozet, sought the permit for a campground on a vacant...

‘Together Outdoors’ Creates Advisory, Gov. Councils

Together Outdoors (TO), a coalition supported by the Outdoor Recreation Roundtable (ORR) and composed of businesses and organizations in the outdoor recreation industry committed to justice, diversity, equity and inclusion (JEDI/DEI) in the outdoors, announced their...

B.C.’s ‘Ideas Forum’ Kicks Off with Keynote from KOA

The Ideas Forum, hosted annually by the British Columbia Lodging and Campground Association (BCLCA), got underway Thursday (Oct. 19) highlighted by a keynote presentation from Toby O’Rourke, CEO and president of Kampgrounds of America Inc. (KOA). Usually a live event,...

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