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RV Makers Catering Designs to ‘Work From Anywhere’

Many RV, travel trailer and camper van manufacturers are refocusing their new-model designs to cater to customers’ shifting priorities, as the COVID-19 pandemic forces people to rethink what their travel plans, work and home lives will look like, according to...

Deadline Nears for RV/MH Hall of Fame Nominations

Over the past few years, the active pool of those nominated for induction into the RV/MH Hall of Fame (Hall) has diminished, primarily because if a nominee is not selected within five years that nominee is dropped from the list of eligible candidates. That does not...

Ariz. Officials Allow Glamping in New Heritage Dist.

Glamorous camping — or “glamping” as it has come to be known — was the topic of the day for the Sedona (Ariz.) Planning and Zoning Commission as it tried to decide whether or not it is appropriate for a recently-created heritage district, according to the Sedona Red...

Coverage Now Available For ‘Violent Events’ at Park

Editor's note: This story was written by Irene Jones, an associate in risk management and program manager for Marshall & Sterling Campground Insurance, the exclusive distributor of Campground Commercial Package policies for Great American Insurance Company. “This...

‘Sharp Bridge Campground’ In New York Turns 100

Early morning campfire smoke rises amid stately pines as it has done for a century as campers start the day at the DEC’s Sharp Bridge Campground, in North Hudson, N.Y., according to reporting by Alvin Rener in the Plattsburgh, N.Y., Press-Republican There’s not much...

Family Of 7 Lives Full-Time In A 429-square-foot RV

Brittnee and Brentt Proha live full-time in a 429-square-foot RV with their five kids and dog, according to a report by Samantha Grindell at Insider.com. Brittnee customized the RV to suit her family's needs, ensuring she can homeschool the kids from their mobile...

Ill. Parks Continue to See Surge in Camping & RVing

There’s a campground, rather peculiarly, in downtown Gibson City, Ill.,  in Ford County along Route 9, writes Dale Bowman in the Chicago Sun-Times. We pass it several times a year on our way to the whimsical Harvest Moon Twin Drive-In. The campground has been busy....

Fireside Chats: Exciting Products for Your Park

Fall is upon us, and that means hundreds of campground owners are beginning to think about new items to add to their parks in 2021. To help owners plan, WCM Fireside Chats welcomes several vendors with unique and popular items that guests will love to our show on...

Ala., Fla. Parks Cleanup, Some Await Return of Power

Several RV parks in the Gulf Shores, Ala., area were closed and others were without water, power or sewer service after Hurricane Sally swept through the area, according to preliminary reports from RV park operators. “Fortunately, these closures are expected to be...

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