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Arlington Uses Personal Experiences to Help Owners

Like many state campground association directors, Mary Arlington has been working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure that campground operators can open their parks and offer the traveling public a place to camp this summer. Her challenge is...

N.H. City Warns Businesses, Workers Must Wear Masks

Enfiled (N.H.) Police Chief Roy Holland says “several” Enfield businesses received written warnings after employees declined to wear face masks while interacting with the public, according to the Valley News. The warnings came after police attempted to first educate...

B.C. Campgrounds Prepare to Operate In a COVID World

As British Columbia’s provincial parks make plans to open to the public on June 1, the province’s private parks are also setting up their rules for operating in a pandemic, according to infonews.ca. Keremeos Grist Mill and Gardens Manager Chris Mathieson says he will...

Wisc. Park Reopened, Still Dealing With COVID Issues

Many were outside enjoying the holiday over the Memorial Day weekend. On Sunday (May 24), with picture-perfect weather, recreational hot spots in Newville, Wisc., were in full swing, according to the Milton Courier. A band played from a floating stage in the Rock...

Mid-Michigan Campground Sees ‘100-Year Flooding’

Heavy rains are causing flooding in Arenac County, Mich., with the Rifle River, in particular, being significantly high, according to MLive.com. “We’ve had a couple of bad ice breakups, but nothing like this,” said Linda Seidel, standing on the Melita Road Bridge near...

Texas Owner Deals With Flooding After Heavy Rains

Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink. At Kelly Creek Landing on Texas' Lake Wright/Patman Lake, co-owner Shelley Jennings has been dealing with large amounts of rain, according to the Texarkana Gazette. "We were as full as we could be over the Memorial Day...

Closed Alabama Campground to Reopen After 3 Years

Three years after closing down to the public due to financial woes, the newly renovated Buck’s Pocket State Park campground will reopen to campers June 15. Also opening that day will be the new eight-mile-long ORV (Off-Road Recreational Vehicle) trail, according to...

‘RVing in New England’ Featuring Go RVing’s Redfern

“RVing in New England,” the weekly Facebook Live show hosted by the New England RV Dealers Association (NERVDA), welcomes Karen Redfern, vice president of brand marketing and communications at Go RVing, to its program, which is set to air at 7 p.m. EDT, today (May...

Significant Increases in RV Sales Seen in Wake of Crisis

Campgrounds and RV parks that have been allowed to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic have been filling up quick and rental companies said they, too, have seen a dramatic increase in interest, according to a report by Jasmine Viel, KCAL, Los Angeles. And travel...

N.J. Gov. Allows Parks to Open For Memorial Day Wkd.

New Jerseyans were able to enjoy Memorial Day weekend at more than parks and beaches, according to NJ.com. Gov. Phil Murphy announced Friday (May 22) he had signed an executive order allowing public and private recreational campgrounds in the state to reopen as he...

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