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Bill Aims to Create ‘Controversial’ 6th Nat. Park in Utah

Utah Rep. Chris Stewart on Wednesday (Oct. 14) reintroduced his controversial legislation to create a sixth national park in Utah, according to The Salt Lake City Tribune. The bill aims to form the “Escalante Canyons National Park and Preserve” out of part of the...

Construction Resumes at Wash. Park After 4-Year Delay

The construction of additional campsites at Washington's Steamboat Rock has resumed after a nearly four-year delay, according to The Star. The construction of 30 full-hookup RV sites at what will be called Cove Loop at Steamboat Rock State Park is on track to be...

Minn. City Rejects Use of Public Funds For Park Dvlp.

The city of Tower, Minn., won’t use taxpayer funds to advance the development of a private RV park or other prospective development along the East Two River, according to The Timberjay. The city council, on Monday (Oct. 12), voted unanimously to reject a request by...

After 10 Years, Calif. Park Secures Milestone Decision

Plans for a new wastewater system on the property at the mouth of Tomales Bay where the Lawson family has operated a campground since the 1950s were approved by the California Coastal Commission last week, according to The Point Reyes Light. The milestone decision...

Stossel: The Tale of Two Massachusetts Campgrounds

Editor's note: This story was written by John Stossel for The Daily Signal.  When COVID-19 hit, I quarantined in eastern Massachusetts. Biking around the woods, I noticed something strange. There are two campgrounds near my house. One is full. Lots of people pitch...

Glamping Show Ends Today, On-Demand Until Oct. 31

Over 1,300 users have logged in to take part in The Virtual Glamping Show USA, according to David Korse, the organizer of the show. The show wraps up today with three more sessions. All times are in Mountain Time. 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.: Six Essential Steps to Building a...

ARVC Webinar to Highlight Member Benefits on Oct. 22

The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) is set to host a webinar focused on member benefits and ways members can save money on Oct. 22 at 11 a.m. (EST). "Join the ARVC staff and your fellow members to learn how to save money on products and...

LSI Sponsoring OHCE, All Jellystone Parks to Attend

Leisure Systems Inc. (LSI) and the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) have reached a partnership agreement for the 2020 Outdoor Hospitality Conference and Expo (OHCE) that includes significant LSI branding and presence during the virtual...

New Tools Aim to Help With Website ADA Compliance

During COVID we’ve all experienced an abrupt shift to relying on web-based tools and services in our day-to-day lives. Now, more than ever, websites and web applications need to be available for everyone, regardless of ability. The importance of accessing critical...

Visitors Continue to Head to S.D. RV Parks This Fall

It’s typical to see campgrounds full of people during the heart of tourism season, but this year has been far from normal, and visitors are still heading to the campgrounds and exploring the Black Hills of South Dakota, according to KOTA. “It’s been a very strange...

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