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Decision on Mich. Park Project Delayed Until October

Kewadin, Mich., Township planning officials again delayed a decision on a controversial campground plan near Torch Lake, according to the Record-Eagle. Another 100-plus crowd closely listened — and then loudly grumbled — as Milton Township officials pushed off...

Michigan Parks Face Challenges Amid Surge of Visitors

Michigan's Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is on pace for a record-breaking year, setting July and August visitor records (592,404 and 490,098, respectively) and tracking toward breaking the 1.7 million annual visitors mark for the first time ever. The numbers...

Bray: Updates From Colorado Parks Amid COVID Crisis

Editor’s Note: This column was written by Sue Bray who is well known in the RV community, primarily due to her work as executive director of the Good Sam Club. In 2009, she was inducted into the RV/MH Hall of Fame. When she retired in 2012, she started her own...

Wash. Owners to Retire After 32 Years, Are Selling Park

When Karen and Don Glaser visited Salkum, Wash., for a fishing trip in the late 1980s, they soon fell in love with the giant trees, the abundance of wildlife and the spectacular fishing opportunities in the area. So when they stopped at Barrier Dam Campground to buy...

Cape Hatteras Campground to Stay Open This Winter

The Ocracoke Campground will stay open at North Carolina's Cape Hatteras National Seashore (CHNS) after its customary seasonal closure. The campground usually closes after Thanksgiving weekend, but this year the campground will stay open the entire year, according to...

Sally Dumps ‘Four Months Of Rain’ in Some Parts of Fla.

Sally threatened the Southeast with torrential rains and misery Thursday (Sept. 17) after its floodwaters swallowed up homes, downed power lines and turned streets into rivers in Florida and Alabama, according to CNN. At least one person is dead and one is missing...

ARVC: Q&A With Industry Experts, Owners on Sept. 24

The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) will be hosting an open Q&A with industry experts on Sept. 24 at 11 a.m. (EST), according to an email ARVC sent out on Wednesday (Sept. 16). The webinar will feature an open forum discussion with industry...

ARVC to Host Virtual Takeaway Tours for No Extra Cost

The Takeaway Tours are always one of the most popular experiences offered at ARVC’s annual Outdoor Hospitality Conference and Expo (OHCE) —the outdoor hospitality industry’s premier event. With OHCE2020 going virtual, instead of traveling to parks, ARVC is bringing...

CNN: Smoke From Western Wildfires Reaches Europe

The wildfires devastating California and other parts of the western United States are the worst in 18 years, with vast amounts of thick smoke affecting large areas of North America and even reaching Northern Europe, scientists said Wednesday (Sept. 16), according to...

Environmental Issues a Concern for Planned Minn. Dvlp.

Traffic, environmental impact and an eyesore. According to UpNorthLive.com, Those are some of the concerns voiced in a crowded room over the proposal to bring a new RV Park to Rapid City, Minn. Around 100 people came out to the meeting on Tuesday (Sept. 15) to voice...

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