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Pa. State Parks Under ‘Stress’ As It Faces $1B Backlog

What do Pennsylvanians want from their 121 free-admission state parks and almost 300,000 acres scattered across the state? For them to primarily stay places that are quiet, natural and offer a wild experience. Keep them free. Don’t allow splash parks or resort-type...

How Yurts Helped Save The Oregon State Park System

Our state parks in Oregon are well loved, according to The Oregonian. With ever-increasing crowds of campers and a record number of visitors last year, our parks have reached an almost cult-level status of appreciation. Their place in our community seems to be...

Okla. Official Wants State To Spend More On Marketing

Oklahoma Lt. Gov. and Secretary of Tourism Matt Pinnell will ask lawmakers for a bigger marketing budget, according to Public Radio Tulsa. Pinnell told OETA the state can’t afford to advertise to enough tourists with that budget and can't reach international markets...

3-Acre Lake Ray Hubbard RV Resort Opens In Texas

Located between Lake Lavon and Lake Ray Hubbard sits the newly-launched Lake Ray Hubbard RV Resort, according to a press release. With over three acres of dedicated “green space” to facilitate relaxation, the Lake Ray Hubbard RV Resort is all about lush landscaping...

Factors That Contribute To Insurance Premium Changes

Editor's note: This column was written by Warren Oliver, of the Scirocco Group. How much will my premium go up next year? The question above is a question I get quite often. The answer is not that easy since there are so many variables. Representing you as the...

Tropical Trails RV Resort Set to Open in Early January

Tropical Trails RV Resort, situated on 165 acres in Brownsville, Texas, is set to open on Jan. 1, according to Hill Dishman, managing partner of Tropical Trails. The resort is only 20 minutes from South Padre Island and right in the middle of what all the Rio Grande...

Jellystone Parks Reports Sales Increase of 9.9% in 3Q

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts marked its 50th anniversary by posting record system sales for the 12th consecutive year. According to a press release, same-park sales through Sept. 30, which marks the end of the camping season for most Jellystone Park...

‘Hall of Fame’ Announces Inductees for Class of 2020

The board of directors of the RV/MH Heritage Foundation announced the names of those who will be inducted into the RV/MH Hall of Fame in August as the Class of 2020. Foundation President Darryl Searer said in a press release, “Congratulations to the 10 new honorees....

Colo. Rec Area Looks To Become Permanent NPS Site

This is a story about the curious case of Colorado's Curecanti National Recreation Area, according to The Daily Sentinel. Operated by the National Park Service (NPS), it stretches between Montrose and Gunnison along three reservoirs, including Blue Mesa Reservoir,...

RVers In B.C. City Face Battle Over Length of Stay Rules

Tessa Nendick and her common-law husband moved their RV into British Columbia's Dogwood Campground and RV Park in September 2018, according to the CBC. The couple had been living in an RV for four years to avoid rising rents in the Lower Mainland. "We're good people,"...

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