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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.

Pennyslvania Jellystone to host multiple themed weekends

(May 19, 2010) -- The park, which just installed two 250-foot-long snowless snow tubing tracks, has fun family activities taking place through October, including an olympic weekend in June, a sweetheart and battle of the sexes weekend in July, and a Hawaiian luau weekend in August. They are even conducting a Ms. Jellystone contest Fathers Day weekend in which the contestants are the dads.

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Date set for 2010 InSites camping expo

(May 19, 2010) -- At InSites 2010, members will have the opportunity to sharpen their skills through educational and networking events plus the chance to see the latest in products, services and technologies at the Outdoor Hospitality Expo -- every attendee will go home with more than they came with, said Linda Profaiser, ARVC president and CEO.

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California ARVC releases new eviction manual

(May 19, 2010) -- This handy manual walks campground operators through the RV park eviction process step-by-step. Starting with occupants and then moving you on to tenants and residents, this manual explains each form and requirement necessary for a smooth eviction.

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Town helps N.Y. DEC reopen Caroga Lake Campground

(May 19, 2010) -- The New York Department of Environmental Conservation's Caroga Lake campground in Fulton County will be open this season and will be accepting reservations in time for Memorial Day weekend. The Adirondack Park campground had been slated for closure this season to help address the state's fiscal crisis.

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Maryland campgrounds invest in improvements

(May 18, 2010) -- “Private campgrounds, RV parks and resorts know they are the most affordable vacation option. They also know they can retain their competitive edge against other travel and tourism options by investing in improvements and, in some cases, expansions,” said Carter.

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North Carolina Jellystone to host Redneck Weekend Aug. 6-8

(May 18, 2010) -- Activities include Daddy Joe’s original monster truck ride “Locomotion”, a watermelon spittin’ contest, a burping contest, a pork and bean eating contest, a hubcap hurl, and a redneck beauty contest in which the queen is selected from a womanless beauty pageant.

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