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Campgrounds Call State Park Upgrades Unfair

After hearing from both sides in a debate over proposed improvements to South Dakota’s Custer State Park campgrounds, the Pennington County Commission has opted to stay on the sidelines – at least for now. According to a report in the Rapid City Journal, the...

ARVC Conference Addresses Park Concerns

The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association's (RVIA) February decision to pursue expanded square footage limits for towable RVs was - predictably - a focus of discussion among state campground association representatives and National Association of RV Parks and...

Newest Yogi Bear Camp-Resort Debuts

Legacy Resorts of Houston, Texas, has developed a new $5 million Yogi Bear Jellystone Camp-Resort at Lake Pelahatchie in Mississippi that is slated to open Memorial Day weekend, according to wlbt.net. The new park was built on a 200-acre site and features 150...

Kansas ARVC Opts for Website Changes

Twenty-seven members from 13 RV parks and campgrounds attended the annual Kansas Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (KARVC) Spring Fling March 6-7 at Harrah's Prairie Band Casino in Mayetta, Kan. The membership conducted an enthusiastic discussion and suggested...

Fla./Ala. ARVC Leaders Ponder Issues

Nearly 100 members representing 40 RV parks and campgrounds attended the annual meeting of the Florida/Alabama Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds May 2-4 at the Royal Plaza Hotel in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Chairman John Parkhurst, Holiday Travel Resort, Leesburg,...

National Park Entrance Fees on the Rise

Entrance fees are due to rise at national parks over the next three summers, though a public outcry over specific increases could cause the government to reconsider, the Associated Press reports Through 2009, the National Park Service (NPS) plans to phase in higher...

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