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Big Meadow Named ARVC’s ‘Small Park of The Year’

Big Meadow Family Campground in Townsend, Tenn., has won the "National Park of the Year" award for a campground under 100 sites for a second time, according to The Daily Times. The award was announced at the annual National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds...

Contemporary Resorts To Open 269-Site Site in 2020

Located near the banks of the Colorado River, a water recreation paradise awaits at the new River Sands RV Resort scheduled to open in June 2020 in Ehrenberg, Ariz., according to a press release. River Sands RV Resort will appeal to river enthusiasts, RVers, and...

Under Canvas is Rolling Out NE Locations Next Year

Next summer, Acadia National Park visitors can visit Maine's Cadillac Mountain by day and sleep in luxurious, safari-style tents with flushing toilets, an on-site concierge, and daily housekeeping by night, according to boston.com. Montana-based adventure-hospitality...

Hearing On 97-Site Park Project In Idaho Postponed

Teton County, Idaho, announced today that the county's Planning and Zoning Commission's public hearing to consider a large RV park at Hatch's Corner has been postponed, according to Teton Valley News. The public hearing, which was scheduled for Nov. 12, was to...

Many Wildfires Contained In Calif., Risk Continues

While many of the California wildfires have been fully contained, a few new blazes have begun and the National Weather Service (NWS) has issued forecasts, which show possible fire weather conditions. As previously reported, the risk of wildfires in Southern California...

Okla. Officials Look To Spend $9M On State Parks

Oklahoma tourism officials are hoping to fund park improvements with $9 million in bond funds that were originally slated for a new building, according to the Tulsa World. But they have several hurdles to overcome. Legislation in 2007 authorized $9 million in bonds...

S.D. State Park Users To See Increased Fees In ’20

Visiting and camping in South Dakota's state parks will be a little more costly after legislators gave a proposed fee increase the final OK on Monday (Nov. 4), according to the Argus Leader. The legislative Rules Review Committee agreed that the process was complete...

‘NPS’ is Offering Free Admission to Veterans Today

National parks across the country are waiving entrance fees today (Nov. 11)  for Veterans Day, according to AZ Central. There's a national park site in every state, and while not every park charges admission, the fee-free days are designed to encourage visitors to see...

Pet Rescue Exhibit Caps ARVC Conference Agenda

The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds’ (ARVC) Outdoor Hospitality Conference and Expo (OHCE) closed out its action-packed schedule last night (Nov. 7) with an awards dinner and ARVC Foundation auction at the Knoxville Convention Center in Tennessee. And...

Ind. Parks Finding Ways To Attract Modern Campers

As a late afternoon breeze rustled the colored leaves on the trees, Brittany Johnson watched as her 3-year-old daughter, Kinsley, pedaled her small bike along a paved pathway at the Anderson/Muncie Kampgrounds of America (KOA) Holiday off Indiana 67 on a recent fall...

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