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Idaho RV Parks See Increased Traffic Due to Fires

Many people who have been displaced from their homes in Oregon are looking for refuge here in Idaho, according to CBS2. Hotels and RV parks across the valley are filling up with visitors from Oregon and even California. CBS2 talked to the owner of the Neat Retreat in...

‘Snowbirds & RV Travelers’ Oct. Issue Now Available

EDITOR'S NOTE: The October issue of Snowbirds & RV Travelers magazine is now available at newsstands from coast to coast, including Walmart, Chapters and Shopper's Drug Mart. Or you can subscribe to the magazine's print or digital issues. Below is the publisher's...

Neb. Owners Bring a New Look and New Life to Park

With a few months of the camping season under their belt, High Point RV Park, located just off the I-80 Kimball exit, celebrated with an open house on Saturday, Sept. 12, according to a report in the Western Nebraska Observer in Kimball, Neb. Owners John and Karen...

Virtual Hospitality Expo Wraps Up, Now ‘On Demand’

The Virtual Hospitality Expo wrapped up its three-day run on Thursday (Sept. 17) with two more panels and an expo that featured more than 20 vendors. Highlights of the Expo included a panel with numerous state association executives titled "Joining an Association —...

Campspot Offers Free Photo Shoot to New Customers

Campspot, an all-in-one online reservation and campground management system, is now offering a free property photo shoot for any new customer that switches to its software this year, according to a Campspot press release. Each photo shoot is worth $1,500 — travel,...

Boy Battling Illness Gets Wish: New Keystone Camper

Marcos Vigil didn’t care that a bunch of adults tricked him. All he knew was that he is now the proud owner of a brand-new camper — an 18-foot Keystone Hideout, according to reporting by the Santa Fe New Mexican. The nearly 9-year-old Española, New Mexico, boy, who...

Report: U.S.-Canada Border Closure Will be Extended

The U.S.-Canadian border will remain largely shut for another 30 days, if not longer, according to The Buffalo News. The decision to continue closing the border to non-essential travel will be extended to Oct. 21, CBC and Reuters Canada reported Wednesday (Sept. 16)....

Alaska Parks Tackle COVID, ACOA Looks Toward 2021

Many people get into the private park business relatively late in life, often after they have spent decades in other professions. Jeff and Laura Saxe were in their 30's when they started building Eagles Rest RV Park in Valdez, Alaska, in 1991. “It was my husband’s...

LA Times: Calif. Fires are ‘Worst Ever’ All Over Again

Fire season in California looks different these days. Temperatures are hotter. Fires are bigger and more destructive. Air quality is the worst in decades, according to the Los Angeles Times. In recent weeks, dozens of wildfires have ignited across the state,...

3 California Campgrounds to Open With Restrictions

California State Parks announced the reopening of some campgrounds at Morro Bay State Park, Hearst San Simeon State Park and Morro Strand State Beach with new COVID-19 guidelines, according to KBAK. Current reservation holders can begin checking in after 10 a.m. on...

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