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Thousands of New Campsites Set to Break Ground

There is a shortage of available campsites across the nation but something exciting is happening to fix that problem, according to a report by KPNX.. The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds predicts more than 53,000 new RV sites will be built all over the...

RVshare: July 4 ‘Even Bigger’ than Memorial Day

Jon Gray, CEO of RVshare, joins Yahoo Finance to break down the outlook for the RV business heading into the Fourth of July holiday weekend and how business has changed after a year of the pandemic. Yahoo Finance: Joining us now is the CEO of RVshare, Jon Gray. Jon,...

Ind. Co., Park Manager Argue Over Missing Money

The Starke County (Ind.) Park Board has given the Bass Lake Beach and Campground manager until next Wednesday (July 7) to hand over several thousand dollars of revenues. During a special joint session with the county commissioners Tuesday, the park board also ordered...

Insurance is Key Focus of WCM’s July 2021 Issue

The July 2021 issue of Woodall's Campground Magazine (WCM) is now available online. This month WCM took a look at insurance coverage in the outdoor hospitality sector. From employees to buildings, vehicles and even cyber issues, insurance experts told us about the key...

CampCalNOW’s Kelley Featured on ‘RV Miles’ Show

The RV Miles podcast welcomed Dyana Kelley, president and CEO of Camp-California.com, to the show for a discussion on the six principles for safe camping and outdoor travel. You can listen to the podcast here:     The show is also simulcast on YouTube. You...

No Surprise, Report Highlights Impact of Millennials

The Millennial population is driving the camping and caravanning market, according to a press release from The Business Research Company. Millennials, known as generation Y, are young adults born between 1980 and 2004. By 2020, millennials are expected to take 320...

Remote Workers Hit the Road & Aren’t Coming Back

When Erica Horn received a work email in May 2020 saying her company would be fully remote for the next year, she knew right away it was time to live out her long-held dream of living out of a van, according to a report by CNBC. “Nothing else made more sense than van...

London Co. Intros ‘World’s First Electric Campervan’

On June 28, London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) revealed, in a press release, first impressions of its new leisure vehicle, the new e-Camper. The world’s first electric campervan, e-Camper is optimized to offer both zero-emission capabilities with zero range...

RV Tech Prog. to Certify Incarcerated Texas Students

The coronavirus pandemic caused everyone to rethink their vacations.  As people moved away from planes and cruises, social-distancing alternatives such as road trips in RVs increased.  In turn, this growing popularity further increased an already growing need for...

WCM’s Quiggle on Tonight’s ‘RVing in New England’

Tonight’s program of “RVing in New England,” the weekly Facebook Live show hosted by Bob Zagami and John DiPietro of the New England RV Dealers Association (NERVDA), welcomes Ben Quiggle, editor of Woodall's Campground Magazine for a discussion on the state of the...

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