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Thor Promoting KOA Care Camps On ‘GivingTuesday’

Thor Industries Inc. has partnered with the National Forest Foundation, First Descents and Kampgrounds of America's (KOA) Care Camps as part of “GivingTuesday,” which is today (Dec. 3). According to a press release, Thor has launched a social media promotion and...

S.C. RV Resort Is Set To Double Its Number Of Sites

The North Myrtle Beach (S.C.) City Council on Monday (Dec. 2) passed final reading of several ordinances annexing almost 12 acres of land into the city and adding it to the Bahama Island Planned Development District (PDD) to allow for more RV sites at the North Myrtle...

California Park Getting Upgrades Ahead of 100th Year

New restroom and shower buildings, improved campsites, a new wastewater treatment plant and wastewater collection system are among the projects set to improve the aging campground at Memorial Park in San Mateo County, Calif., according to Climate Online. At the San...

Kentucky Park Project Spurs Concerns About Traffic

An RV park development proposal has been garnering a lot of attention in Georgetown, Ky., according to WKYT. Labeled the Bluegrass Campground, the park would include 100 sites, a few cabins, a playground, and a waterslide. It would be built behind Bluegrass RV off of...

Badlands Nat. Park To Increase Entrance Fees In ‘20

Badlands National Park in South Dakota will be increasing its entrance fees a bit come the new year as part of the National Park Service's move to bring pricing for similar parks in line with each other, and as a part of the ongoing efforts to address aging park...

Private Park To Give Alaska’s Knik River A Makeover

Anywhere else, the valley carved by the Knik River in Butte, Alaska, could be a national park, according to the Stock Daily Dish. Tucked between ramparts of the Chugach Mountains, in the shadow of the 6,400-foot bulk of Pioneer Peak, the brawny, braided river gives...

Curtin: RV Shipments Expected To Top 400k In 2019

RV wholesale shipments are expected to surpass 400,000 units by the end of 2019 and then see a minimal drop in 2020, according to the latest issue of RV RoadSigns, the quarterly forecast commissioned by the RV Industry Association (RVIA) and authored by independent RV...

New York DEC Looking For More Park Ambassadors

The 2020 application period for New York's Department of Environmental Conservation’s (DEC) Campground Ambassador program has begun, according to a press release. “In 2019, its second year, DEC’s Campground Ambassador Program more than doubled its applicants and grew...

Mont. Developer Denied Permit For 14-Site RV Park

The Baker (Mont.) City Council unanimously denied the request for a conditional use permit by developer George Bailey, who is the managing member of the Eagle Landing RV Park, according to the Fallon County Times. The property involved included 26.7 acres. He was...

California Park Markets The Christmas Spirit All Year

Editor’s Note: This story was written for Mobile RVing’s The Buzz. There are some places in the country where people just breathe the spirit of Christmas.  A place that has the wonder, the family atmosphere, and, of course, Santa Claus.  In the 1950s, Santa's Village...

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