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More Gulf Coast Resorts in the Works

There will soon be a steady procession of high-end recreational vehicles rolling along Gulf Coast interstates, searching for a place by the beach to park, according to the Mobile Press-Register. Or so developers in south Baldwin County are betting. On 40 acres near...

B.C. Loses 10% of Campsites in Last 3 Years

The newly elected president of the BC Lodging and Campgrounds Association (BCLCA) discussed the paradox of shrinking RV sites in British Columbia amid growing RV ownership during BCLCA’s 64th Annual General Meeting held Nov. 7 in the River Rock Casino resort in...

Pa. County Park Draws 150,000 Visitors

Moon Lake Park in Luzerne County, Pa., attracted an estimated 150,000 visitors this year for activities such as camping, swimming and hiking. Park Diretor Clif Madrack attributes the near doubling in the number of visitors to the park’s enhanced appearance and gas...

Cape Cod Park Opening Delayed to June

For thousands of New England campers, the start of summer will be delayed until June 13, when Nickerson State Park's camping sites on Cape Cod are scheduled to reopen. The park's 420 camping sites traditionally have been open by April 14, in plenty of time for the...

Suburban Chicago Campground Closes

Recreational vehicle enthusiasts looking to stay near Chicago will have to find a new south suburban home now that Windy City Campground and Beach in Tinley Park has closed. A popular destination for road campers for more than 30 years, Windy City closed Nov. 15 after...

Storms Batter Washington Campgrounds

The Heart O’ The Hills campground in Washington's Olympic National Park will be closed for about a month while work continues to clear “quite a bit” of blown down trees and other debris from last week's storm, said Barb Maynes, park spokeswoman. The Nov. 12 storm –...

Upscale Mich. RV Park Proposed

Plans for Grand Haven Township’s first RV park were unveiled Nov. 19 in a pre-application presentation in front of the Planning Commission, according to the Grand Haven (Mich.) Tribune. Brothers Stan and Wally Boelkins and friend Bill Roodvoets propose to build a...

Affinity Sponsors 2008 Conference & Expo

The 2008 Resort & RV Campground Conference & Expo, Jan. 21 – 23, sponsored by Affinity, the nation’s largest provider of outdoor clubs, media and events servicing America’s recreation vehicle and outdoor enthusiasts, will feature four leading business and recreation...

TVA Evicts Campers from Ala. Campground

Several people who live in or frequent the Honeycomb Campground in Guntersville in northeast Alabama are upset because they’ve been told by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) that they have to leave in 60 days, according to WAFF TV, Huntsville, Ala. Campers say...

RV Resorts Spring up on Alabama Coast

Several developments along Alabama’s Gulf Coast shoreline are catering to an emerging, and affluent, market – high-end motorcoach owners. According to the Press-Register, three separate projects in the Gulf Shores area are in the works with amenities and...

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