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Woodall’s Wishes Everyone A Happy, Safe Thanksgiving

WOODALLSCM.com will not be publishing on its news feed Thursday (Nov. 28) and Friday this week in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. The site will resume posting on Monday. The entire Woodall's Campground Management staff wishes our readers a safe and happy...

Cavco Ind. Completes Its Acquisition of Ga. Company

Phoenix, Ariz.-based Cavco Industries Inc. recently completed their acquisition of Destiny Industries LLC, based in Moultrie, Ga., according to The Moultrie Observer. Founded by brothers Bill and Donnie Edwards in 1978, Destiny has been a highly respected and...

CampsitePhotos.com Launches Campsite Assist Tool

CampsitePhotos.com, a site that hosts photos of campgrounds in the U.S., is excited to announce the launch of Campsite Assist, according to Eric Edwards, founder and CCO of the company. Campsite Assist is an online tool that finds available campsites at sold-out...

Pa. Jellystone Owner Is Youngest To Get Service Award

The Quigley family has earned many awards throughout the years of owning the Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort location in Harrisville, Pa., according to a press release. They not only won the "Park of the Year" award from the National Association of RV Parks...

Record Rain Heavily Impacts Kansas’ Tourism Revenue

The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism stands to lose millions of dollars after record spring rains led to park closures, property damage and washed-out roads, according to Kansas Public Radio. In most of Kansas, the rain started in early spring and...

Canada’s P.E.I. On track For Record Tourism Numbers

Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.) tourism numbers were down in September over last year, but a strong August still has the Island industry on track for a record year, according to CBC. 2018 ended a string of four record years for the province, with numbers down only...

Florida Residents Fight To Stop Proposed 130-Site Park

A group of partners and developers that includes former Pensacola (Fla.) Mayor Ashton Hayward is looking to bring a "high end destination RV resort" and marina to the Blackwater River in Milton, upsetting dozens of surrounding homeowners who say the project will...

La. State Parks End Minimum Night Stay Requirement

The office of Louisiana State Parks has announced that guests and campers are no longer required to stay at least three nights at the campgrounds or cabins, according to brproud.com. As of now, all guests/campers who want to use the campgrounds and cabins during the...

Cave Fire Swells To 4,100 Acres In Santa Barbara, Calif.

Firefighters on Tuesday (Nov. 26) continued to battle a wind-driven brush fire that erupted a day earlier near Highway 154 in Santa Barbara County, Calif., and burned quickly downhill, threatening thousands of properties and sending residents fleeing from their homes,...

Report: Outdoor Industry Tariffs Hit an All-Time High

Outdoor businesses are running out of wiggle room for tariffs on all types of products, as duty after duty gets added to the cost of doing business with China. Some brands are turning to their last resort — raising prices. “The China tariffs are looking more and more...

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