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Hotel Industry Expect Pre-Crisis Levels by 4Q of ‘23

Based on stronger than expected performance during the first quarter of 2021, plus encouraging economic and vaccination news, CBRE Hotels Research forecasts U.S. lodging demand will return to pre-pandemic levels by the fourth quarter of 2023, according to Lodging. The...

Modoc Nat. Forest to Start Variety of GAOA Projects

California's Modoc National Forest will begin implementing a Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) funded project this week. Several projects were selected for funding through 2021 funds including the Forest-Wide Campground Maintenance Project, according to the Lake...

ARVC Hosting Virtual Prospective Owners Workshop

Thinking of building or buying your dream RV park/resort, campground or glamping business, but don't know where to start? Already in the process and feeling overwhelmed or maybe you've hit a stumbling block? The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC)...

ARVC Q&A: OCOA’s Jeff Hoffman on Industry Work

Editor's note: This Q&A originally appeared on the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds' blog. Jeff Hoffman is president of the MHD Corporation which owns the Sandusky/Bayshore KOA Holiday in Sandusky, Ohio, and president of the Ohio Campground Owners...

KOA: 24.5M People Will Have Gone Camping in July

The "KOA Monthly Research Report – July Edition" continues to forecast more North American households are planning to camp this year. According to research conducted in July, Kampgrounds of America Inc. (KOA) projects 53.5 million households will take a camping trip...

WCM Column: Another Step to Protect Your Privacy

Editor’s Note: Peter Pelland is the CEO of Pelland Advertising, a company that he founded in 1980 that has been serving the family camping industry for nearly 40 years. His company specializes in building fully responsive websites, along with producing a full range of...

Hundreds Evacuate from B.C. Park Due to Wildfire

Melissa Hill was vacationing at the popular Nk’Mip Campground and RV Resort in Osoyoos, B.C., with her family when they were awoken in the middle of the night by a security guard advising the family to flee the area due to a fast-moving wildfire, according to Global...

Proposed 49-Site Park in Minnesota Creates ‘Uproar’

A proposed RV resort on Minnesota's Elbow Lake has generated a wave of protest from lakeshore owners and ran into some resistance from the Becker County Board on Tuesday (July 20), according to DL-Online.com. Joey Stahl of Amenia, N.D., owns about 50 acres on and near...

‘Contentious’ 67-Site Wash. Park Dvlp. Moves Forward

The Woodland (Wash.) City Council voted 6-1 on Monday (July 19) night to reject an appeal filed by multiple residents and local business owners who opposed an RV park going into the Belmont Loop area. A public hearing on the incoming project drew comments from more...

Neighbors Protesting Proposed 50-Site Park in S.C.

Campobello, S.C., landowners are still fighting to keep a proposed RV park out of their back yards, according to WSPA. It’s a fight that’s been going on for a few months. Yard signs with messages against the development are up all over the neighborhood and residents...

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