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Coconino Closes Some Campgrounds to Slow COVID

Arizona's Coconino National Forest Supervisor Laura Jo West signed an order to close multiple campgrounds to slow the spread of COVID-19, according to KOLD. The following sites closed from June 27 and will be closed until October 31, or until rescinded, whichever...

Ohio Campgrounds Find Ways to Deal With Challenges

The nature of summer fun in 2020 will take a variety of forms from sitting on a back deck sipping a lemonade, or something stronger, to watching Little League games, but area campgrounds are open and dealing with a whole new world of social distancing, according to...

Groundbreaking Held For First Phase of S.C. RV Park

On June 12, a groundbreaking ceremony was held for Lake Thurmond RV Park in McCormick County, S.C., which is being developed by Angels Three Development, LLC. in partnership with Vital Spaces, LLC. “I never imagined I would be developing an RV Park," said Angela Self,...

‘Unprecedented’ Fire Starts in Wash. Due to Pandemic

The number of wildfires burning across Washington has risen steadily over the past two years, but the 2020 core fire season is looking to pull way ahead in wildfire starts., according to OPB. And this year’s unprecedented uptick in the number of fires has an...

Ariz. Wildfires Have Burned Nearly 500,000 Acres in ‘20

More than 432,000 acres of land have burned in wildfires in Arizona this year, according to KTAR. Three of those fires — the Bush Fire, Bighorn Fire and Mangum Fire — rank in the top 10 largest blazes in the state’s history. Here’s a look at where the biggest active...

12 States Pause Reopening Plans Amid COVID Surge

Washington is the latest state to pause its reopening plans after a spike in the number of new cases of coronavirus across the country, according to CNN. "We all want to get back to doing all the things we love in Washington during the summer, and fully open our...

Janine Pettit Launches Quarterly ‘Girl Camper Magazine’

Janine Pettit, the founder of GirlCamper.com, the largest multi-media site for female campers in the country, announced Thursday (June 25) the launch of both a print and digital version of Girl Camper Magazine for delivery in July. "The Girl Camper motto is, 'Going...

Wisconsin Dells Jellystone Park Celebrates 50th Year

Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Wisconsin Dells, Wisc. — the third oldest Jellystone Park in the United States — is celebrated its 50th anniversary on Saturday (June 27) with a laser light show, free cake and champagne, a golf cart parade and a big-screen video with...

Outdoorsy Introduces New Digital Gift Cards For RVers

Encouraged by a 4,300% surge in RV rental bookings in light of COVID travel restrictions, Outdoorsy recently announced the launch of gift cards just in time for July 4th weekend festivities, according to a release.  Designed to feel like a dose of the outdoors has...

PRVCA Cancels ‘America’s Largest RV Show’ in Hershey

After careful consultation with the industry, the Pennsylvania Recreation Vehicle and Camping Association (PRVCA) announced today (June 26) it has cancelled of the 2020 Hershey America’s Largest RV Show, which had been scheduled for Sept. 16-20 at the Giant Center in...

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