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Calif. City Moving Forward With 32-Acre Park Project

There will soon be more camping options available in Avila Beach, Calif., according to KSBY. On Tuesday (Jan. 21) at 1:30 p.m. there will be a groundbreaking ceremony for the Harbor Terrace Project. The project has been in the works for years but in early 2018 it got...

PG&E Tries To Assure Judge That It Is Stricter On Fires

Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) told a federal judge who has kept the troubled utility under a tight leash that it’s close — but not fully on target — to complying with all the wildfire prevention measures required under its criminal probation, according to...

Hearing Set On Proposed 240-Site Neb. Development

The Lancaster County (Neb.) Board of Commissioners will hold public hearings on Jan. 21 to discuss a proposed campground near Davey, according to The News. Dave and Jolene Queen, of Lincoln, are planning to build a large campground on a 45-acre parcel on the southwest...

California BLM Site Reopens After Receiving A Facelift

The federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has been systematically upgrading and improving its California-side Parker Strip sites on the river, and the latest one was just reopened, according to Parker Live. Bass Point Day Use Area has gotten a facelift, with a...

Great Alaskan Holidays, Forest River Form Partnership

Great Alaskan Holidays, Alaska’s largest RV rental, sales, and service business headquartered in Anchorage, has recently announced a new partnership among its motorhome suppliers, according to a press release. Great Alaskan Holidays now offers the Forester brand of...

Washington Park Will No Longer Provide Utility Service

Dozens of families who live in the Lewis River RV Park in Woodland, Wash., may have their heat turned off today (Jan. 16) even though they’ve been paying their bills, according to KOIN. That’s because the new owner of the RV park doesn’t want to provide service, and...

FARVC, Ala. ARVC Announce Theme of Conference

The Florida Association of RV Parks (FARVC) and Campgrounds and the Alabama Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds held its bi-annual board meeting at the Florida RV SuperShow in Tampa, Fla., according to a press release. Bobby Cornwell, president and CEO of the...

Bennett: N.Y. Law Is A Win For CONY, Park Owners

Chalk one up for Campground Owners of New York (CONY). After a decade-long legislative battle, the Pittsford-based group succeeded in passing legislation that makes it easier for campground operators to remove unruly or disruptive guests. CONY President Don Bennett...

FRVTA’s Kelly Reports Strong Traffic for ‘SuperShow’

Expectations are high for the 35th annual Florida RV SuperShow in Tampa which kicked off Wednesday (Jan. 15) and runs through Sunday. “So far, what we’re seeing are long lines and fantastic weather, so we’re anticipating another record crowd,” said Dave Kelly,...

Yuma Becoming A Destination For Off-Road Adventures

Yuma, Ariz., has long been a popular destination for snowbirds because of its sunny skies and winter vegetables. Yuma County, in fact, markets itself as the “winter lettuce capital of the world,” while the city of Yuma calls itself the “sunniest city of the world.”...

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