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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.

Arizona RV resort holding weekly farmers market

(April 22, 2011) -- Tucson's Voyager Resort has a new weekly farmers market that has already attracted a couple dozen vendors, and they're hoping to attract more. Every Thursday shoppers can find anything from fresh organic produce to lotions, reports the Arizona Daily Star.

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Changes continue for Georgia’s Chehaw

(April 22, 2011) -- Chehaw's Executive Director Doug Porter told the Downtown Sertoma Club on Thursday that some significant changes are coming to the park, an 800-acre wildlife preserve, campground and zoo in Albany, reports the Albany Herald On-line.

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Summit Lake Campground to reopen

(April 22, 2011) -- British Columbia's Summit Lake Campground will be allowed to reopen as a commercial operation for three years. The property will use existing layout and infrastructure to operate the campground, reports 250 News.

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National Park Service: serving with innovation

(April 22, 2011) -- Steve Mietz, the Yankton-based superintendent for the Missouri National Recreational River (MNRR), "talked trash" to his audience during yesterday's annual research symposium at the University of South Dakota, reports the Yankton Daily Press.

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Encore RV Resorts launch clean and green promotion

(April 22, 2011) -- Encore RV Resorts and Thousand Trails, which are owned and operated by Equity LifeStyle Properties, are sharing their commitment to environmentally friendly RVing with its guests by offering free samples of Nature-Zyme, an environmentally friendly holding tank solution.

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In Washington: City of Kennewick makes $2.4 million offer

(April 21, 2011) -- The lawsuit between the City of Kennewick and the Columbia Park Golf Course Inc. has been ongoing, costing taxpayers thousands in acrued interest. The Kennewick City Council unanimously approved an offer of $2.4 million Tuesday night, reports KNDO/KNDU.

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Jellystone Parks make Earth Day investments

(April 21, 2011) -- When it comes to green initiatives, since Jellystone Park operators across the country are increasingly looking for ways to reduce their environmental footprint. Here’s a sampling of green initiatives underway at Jellystone Parks in several cities across the country.

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