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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.

Illinois campground increases rates

(March 3, 2011) -- The Hamilton Park Board will increase fees for use of camping spots in Wildcat Springs Park this year, though the fee for dumping camper and RV sewage into the park's septic system will stay the same, reported Daily Gate City.

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Locals raising money for Palmetto Island State Park

(March 3, 2011) -- Thomas Comesana, an Abbeville, La. local, recently participated in the "Rock N Roll Marathon" in New Orleans and raised $350 for Palmetto Island State Park, contributing the money to the Palmetto Island State Park Fund at the Community Foundation of Acadiana, reported KATC.

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Camping and fishing at Idaho’s favorite spots

(March 3, 2011) -- A great fish camp depends on what experience you're seeking - dunking a worm out the front door of your RV, trolling a big lake, or wading a mountain stream - and Southwest Idaho offers some great places to explore, reported The Bellingham Herald.

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Ohio campground improvements complete

(March 2, 2011) -- The Wayne National Forest’s Oak Hill Campground in Lawrence County received a $1.4 million makeover that was completed in plenty of time for the April 29 ribbon cutting and opening day, reported the Ironton Tribune.

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RV park opposed by residents

(March 2, 2011) -- The planning and zoning meeting room for the commission in Long Neck, Del. was filled with people who oppose a proposed RV campground within the boundaries of the Rehoboth Shores manufactured home park, reported the Cape Gazette.

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Bats appear to be clean; Iowa caves may reopen

(March 2, 2011) -- Bat experts got their first peek at hundreds of sleeping bats inside the limestone caves at Maquoketa Caves State Park, indicating they appear to be healthy, but it is still unknown whether or not the popular caverns will be re-opened to the public this year, reported the Telegraph Herald.

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Cocaine seized at New Mexico RV park

(March 2, 2011) -- After a three-month investigation, narcotics agents arrested a Mexican national on Monday and seized one-quarter pound of cocaine, an amount that carries a street value of more than $12,000, at Lee Acres RV Park, reported The Daily Times.

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Golf cart returned to campground

(March 2, 2011) -- Hernando County deputies in Brooksville, Fla. stopped a man accused of driving a golf cart, that belonged to Frontier Campgrounds, while intoxicated, reported 13 News.

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Campground approved for Alpine Valley

(March 2, 2011) -- Alpine Valley Music Theatre in Elkhorn, Wis. received final approval Monday for its 2011 concert license and 75 campground sites for concertgoers, a convenience for those traveling long distances to see performers at the venue, reported the Gazette Xtra.

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Government shutdown could ruin travel plans

(March 1, 2011) -- The government's spending authority will end at midnight Friday, so the Congress will be busy scrambling this week to work out a budget deal to stave off a partial federal shutdown that could start as early as Saturday, reported USA Today.

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