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KOA 40-Year Partner: Devil’s Tower/Black Hills KOA

Editor’s note: WOODALLSCM.com will be highlighting KOA’s 40- and 50-Year partners that were honored at this year’s Virtual Convention. This is the first part in the four-part series.  If it wasn’t for famed movie director Steven Spielberg, there likely wouldn’t be a...

Wyo. RV Park Residents Grapple with Eviction Notices

Residents of the Hoback RV Park were notified by email last week that they have until Dec. 31 to vacate the property, according to a report by Ryan Dorgan in the Jackson Hole, Wyo., News & Guide. The eviction notices came as a surprise to the 40 or so people who...

GAOA Task Force Releases Its 2021 Funding Details

On Friday (Nov. 20), the Great American Outdoors Act Coordination and Implementation Task Force released further details about Fiscal Year 2021 Great American Outdoors Act deferred maintenance and Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) projects, according to a...

More Families May Be Glamping During the Holidays

With Thanksgiving plans changing this year, many are taking their celebrations outdoors, according to KGW8. They’re planning time under the stars camping or in some cases “glamping.” When you think of camping, you generally think of going on holiday weekends like...

Iowa City Council Looks to Develop 30-Site RV Park

Quarry Springs, Iowa, is looking to expand to RV camping and the Colfax City Council is on board. The council approved a resolution supporting the expansion during its regular November meeting. according to the Newton Daily News. “We’re very excited and very thankful...

S.C. County Preps to Sue Myrtle Beach Over Land Sale

Horry County, S.C., officials plan to sue the city of Myrtle Beach over city leaders’ efforts to sell campground property that generates millions of dollars each year for Myrtle Beach International Airport, according to WMBF. The county signaled its intentions in a...

Pa. State Parks Requiring Negative Test or Quarantine

The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) is now requiring out-of-state visitors to test negative for the coronavirus or quarantine prior to visiting the state’s parks, according to WKBN. DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn announced the...

Ind. Campground Preps to Open Annual Light Display

The Santa Claus Land of Lights opens for the season on Thanksgiving night, Nov. 26. This year marks the 12th year for the Family Christmas Light Adventure, according to a press release. Located inside Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort in Santa Claus, Ind., this...

ARVC 20 Group IV Donates Mgt. School Scholarship

Generosity is at the core of the outdoor hospitality industry, with many early campgrounds getting their start when owners offered unknown travelers spots to stay on their property. That generosity persists today, with National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds’...

WCM Fireside Chats: The Power of Young Professionals

The power of young professionals is being felt throughout the outdoor hospitality industry as they are bringing an influx of new ideas, opinions and viewpoints. Serving a variety of roles — from owning and managing parks to operating or working with companies that...

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