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Inherent Risk Bill Passes Ohio House for 2nd Time

After stalling out in the Senate last year, the Ohio Campground Owners Association (OCOA) is again expecting a bill that would provide immunity for park owners against the inherent risks of camping to appear in the Ohio Senate. The Ohio House voted 64-26 for House...

Mich. Parks Have Array of New Accommodation Units

When it comes to camping, not everyone wants to rough it, according to MLive.com. So in an effort to make the outdoors more available to all comfort levels and abilities, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has been expanding, diversifying and updating...

N.Y. Commission to Look at Plan for 346-Site RV Park

The Genesee County (N.Y.) Planning Board is in for a busy night tonight (May 13) with an agenda featuring 17 referrals, including a proposal to develop a 346-site campground and recreation area on Perry Road in Pavilion, according to The Batavian. Jesse Coots, of Le...

LivBar Offers Customers ‘The Dyrt PRO’ Memberships

LivBar, the USDA-certified organic plant-based nutrition bar company, is partnering with camping app, The Dyrt PRO, to offer free memberships to its customers in light of the growing demand for access to camping information, according to a release. With every LivBar...

ARVC: Voice Opposition to Proposed Tax Legislation

Editor's Note: The following letter was drafted by the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) and sent to all of its members. Dear ARVC Members, The U.S. Senate is about to consider legislation that includes proposed taxation issues that could be...

Big Rig Media Builds Out Colo. Park’s Web Presence

Big Rig Media, a company that offers modern marketing solutions to the outdoor hospitality industry, provided an all-encompassing marketing strategy for the new 160 full hook-up site Canyon View RV Resort opening this month in Grand Junction, Colo., according to a...

New Position, Program Encourage KOA Expansions

Kampgrounds of America Inc. (KOA) is offering new incentives to help KOA campground owners complete capital and operational improvements, according to KOA officials. KOA’s Royalty Incentive Program, which offers a reduction in franchise royalties with qualified...

6,000 B.C. Camping Reservations Canceled Since Ban

More than 6,000 camping reservations in British Columbia are now canceled following the province’s travel ban, according to a report by DH News. In late April, Premier John Horgan announced a new order restricting non-essential travel. In addition to police...

Fla., Ala. Joint Conf. Features Several Sessions Today

The second day of the joint conference between the Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds and the Alabama Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds will feature a variety of educational sessions and other activities. Being held at the Doubletree Orlando Hotel...

Forest Service Holds 2nd Meeting on Montana Project

U.S. Forest Service officials held a public meeting last week in hopes of dispelling persistent misinformation surrounding a proposed forestry project, according to The Western News. The May 6 gathering, held outdoors at Three Rivers (Mont.) Ranger District station,...

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