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National Parks Foundation Engages Over 1M Children

The National Park Foundation announced at the end of February that since 2011, it has engaged more than one million students in educational programs connecting them with national parks across the country, according to a report by trains.com. As the official nonprofit...

‘Abnormally’ Dry Winter Fueling ‘20 Calif. Fire Concerns

A dry beginning of the year has left most of California abnormally parched, as officials brace for the possibility of an early and more intense wildfire season amid record-breaking temperatures, according to the Associated Press. Drought has expanded from just under...

‘Getaway’ Opens Texas Resort Featuring 40 Cabins

A new Hill Country, Texas, outpost offers a "mindful escape" to tiny cabins nestled in nature north of San Antonio, according to mysanantonio.com. Getaway, a company with similar cabins across the country, announced the opening of its latest Texas location on Thursday...

Richard Curtin: RV Shipments Will Stabilize During ’20

RV shipments are expected to stabilize in 2020, according to a new forecast prepared by longtime RV industry analyst, Richard Curtin, a professor at the University of Michigan’s Survey Research Center. RVIA News & Insights reported that in the spring 2020 issue of...

Engel: The Guiding Principles Of Reservation Systems

Editor's Note: This column was written by Griffin Engel, a sales manager for Campspot, a reservation systems provider. To learn more about Campspot, click here. How you take and manage reservations is one of the most important decisions you make as a campground owner....

Yellowstone’s ‘Fishing Bridge’ Set To Open In Late 2020

Fishing Bridge RV Park reservations are now available for 2020, with concessionaire Xanterra announcing an opening date of Sept. 4, according to the Yellowstone Insider. Located within Yellowstone National Park, the popular RV park was closed in 2019 for reservations...

Ky. State Parks to Open, Feature Campground Upgrades

Camping season is about to open at Kentucky State Parks on March 13, according to The Lane Report. “Our state parks are treasured by thousands of Kentucky families, including mine,” said Gov. Andy Beshear. “I hope to see team Kentucky outside and having fun this year...

Wash. Developer Eyeing 39-Acre Lot For 189-Site Park

A West Side, Wash., developer is looking to build a nearly 40 acre, high-end RV park near the intersection of Division Street and state Route 28, according to the Columbia Basin Herald. “We hope to start construction this summer,” said Alain de Chantal, who is a Port...

Pa.’s ‘Mines & Meadows’ Offers Plenty For ATVs, RVers

Mines & Meadows ATV/RV Resort in Wampum, Pa., bills itself as the “ultimate ATV, UTV and dirt bike experience,” according to the New Castle News. With more than 877 acres and 84 miles of trails with a wide range of difficulties and terrain, it certainly makes a...

Q&A: Sokol Expounds on Proper RV Electricity Usage

Editor's Note: The following WOODALLSCM.com Q&A features Mike Sokol, commonly regarded as "the nation's number one authority of RV electricity." Sokol, the author of several books on RV electricity, frequently writes on the subject for RVTravel, and ten months ago...

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