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RV Daily Report is the source for the latest news impacting the campground industry. Has a new RV park or campground opened, closed, sold, or been in the news? What are the latest stories that help campground owners and managers better run their park operations and drive traffic to their businesses? What great destinations should RVers and campers add to their must visit list? Bookmark this page and check in daily for the latest news on campgrounds and RV parks.

CO: A campground for tiny houses

(Feb. 6, 2017) -- Bruce Cook and his wife, Holly Lynn Cook, manage the Riverview RV Park & Campground west of Loveland, where they live in a tiny house and are getting a second tiny house ready to rent. Read More »

IL: Campground owner concerned over mandates

(Feb. 6, 2017) -- The Senate could vote next week on a proposed package of legislation to end the 19-month-long budget impasse, but reports indicate the proposed minimum wage hike that was once part of the deal has been dropped. Read More »

CT: Main campground building damaged by fire

(Feb. 6, 2017) -- Officials said crews were dispatched at 9:52 a.m. at Lone Oaks Campsites. The main building, where the office is located, suffered major damage. Smoke could be scene “from a good distance” according to witnesses. Read More »

Ontario: Tree cutting halted at Ivy Lea Campground

IVY LEA, Ontario — The St. Lawrence Parks Commission will place a moratorium on cutting trees in its local campground until it can assuage residents’ concerns. Darren Dalgleish, commission general manager and chief executive officer, made the commitment during a racuous public meeting in which he was pelleted with questions and accusations about the commission’s plans to cull trees at the Ivy Lea Campground. “If you are worried about the chainsaws coming back on Monday — don’t be,” he promised at the Saturday meeting. Dalgleish said he will go back to his managers and board to develop a new strategy that will address the residents’ concerns. He said the commission will consider all options, including hiring new arborists to assess the condition of the trees, and he promised to keep the residents informed of the commission’s plans. Read the full story by The Whig. Read More »

NV: Guided hikes planned at Washoe Lake

(Feb. 3, 2017) -- Explore Washoe Lake State Park by joining one or both of the ranger-guided hikes offered in February. See the park by the light of a full moon on a 1.5-mile hike guided by a ranger at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 11. Read More »

DE: Seashore State Park seeks photos for anniversary

(Feb. 3, 2017) -- Delaware Seashore State Park is already making big plans for the year ahead. 2017 marks 50 years since Delaware Seashore became a state park, and park staff are excited to celebrate this milestone with a series of celebrations, as well as the creation of a new Delaware Seashore State Park Family Scrapbook. Read More »

N.Y.: Niagara Falls residents protest lodge proposal

(Feb. 3, 2017) -- A number of Niagara Falls residents lit up social media this week with protests against Gov. Cuomo’s “lodge” which he wants to build next to the Niagara River on Goat Island in the Niagara Falls State Park, damaging the beautiful natural scenery surrounding Niagara Falls. Read More »