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ARVC Webinar to Focus on Ways to Engage Campers

Join the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) as it takes a look at unique ways to engage with your campers on Thursday, March 25 at 11 a.m. (EST). From meteor shower watching parties to tie-dye t-shirts activities — ARVC's panelists will have a...

Report: Vermont Tourism Industry Out $700 Million

COVID-19 and the resulting pandemic has taken a huge bite out of Vermont's $3 billion travel and tourism industry with visitor spending down a conservative $700 million so far, according to Heather Pelham, commissioner of the Department of Tourism and Marketing....

‘Vaxications,’ Pent-Up Demand Fueling Travel Surge

A growing wave of relaxed restrictions, along with an increasing number of vaccinated Americans, is leading to a surge in “vaxications” and other trips, after a year of pandemic-induced lockdowns, according to NBC News. Mothballed restaurants, hotels and attractions,...

Alabama RV Resort to Install Inflatable Water Course

The upcoming warm summer weather will mark the first full-scale test of just how big a splash Cullman (Ala.) Parks & Recreation’s new RV park and campground can make — and in more ways than one, according to The Cullman Times. The Palomino RV Resort at the...

AAA: Nat. Price Average Holds Steady for Five Days

After weeks of seeing almost daily increases, the national gas price average is showing signs of stability, holding steady at $2.88 for the last 5 days, according to AAA. Still, today’s average is the highest price since May 2019 and is more expensive on the week (+2...

Column: Will RVs Fundamentally Change Our Lives?

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a March 20 column – reprinted by permission – by Chuck Woodbury, editor and publisher of RVTravel.com, an online source for news and information for RV owners. Earlier this week, Ford told 30,000 of its employees they could continue to...

Mont. Passes Bill to Allow RV Lengths Up to 46 Feet

On March 16, the Montana State Senate passed a bill (MT HB 83) to update the state’s definition of “motorhome” and “travel trailer.” Once signed into law, the allowable maximum length of a travel trailer in Montana state law will be increased from 40 feet to 46 feet,...

ORR’s Annual Report Outlines Outdoor Rec Initiatives

EDITOR'S NOTE: Outdoor recreation saw an incredibly collaborative and impactful year in 2020, according to a release from the Outdoor Recreation Roundtable (ORR), whose 33 member associations serving over 110,000 businesses includes the likes of the RV Industry...

ARVC Mich.’s Conf. Kicks off, Expo Slated for Tonight

More than two dozen attendees are enjoying the Association of RV Park and Campgrounds of Michigan's (ARVC Michigan) conference, which kicked off yesterday (March 21) in Mt. Pleasant, Mich. An annual event typically held at the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, many...

Ind. Board Considers RV Park Near Ind. Nat. Dunes

Overwhelmed with mostly negative testimony about a proposed RV park near Furnessville, Ind., the Porter County Board of Zoning Appeals opted to postpone a decision to give time to consider all the arguments, according to The Times. The continuance came after a meeting...

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