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Buy an RV park, own a Nevada city

(July 12, 2010) -- The 354 people who Clark County says live here aren't included in the $17 million sale price, of course, and neither are the lots their mobile homes and RVs sit on, but everything else is. That includes the casino, three deep-water wells, the sewer system, utility company, airport, RV park, market, mobile home park and about 500 acres of dirt, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.

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Report criticizes New Jersey state parks for mismanaging contracts

(July 12, 2010) -- A task force report recommending New Jersey let private vendors run all 58 state parks met with controversy last week as audits circulated by environmental groups showed the state continues to "mismanage" 236 contracts already held with private entities operating on public lands, the Star-Ledger reported.

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N.J. governor proposes privatizing park services

(July 12, 2010) -- BusinessWeek is reporting Gov. Chris Christie is proposing to privatize state park services. The chairman of the New Jersey Privatization Task Force told BusinessWeek in many cases the government can provide the best services at lower costs; in many instances, it can't.

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Trailer owners appeal to California Coastal Commission

(July 9, 2010) --  A 940-acre site at Dillon Beach, home to the largest stretch of sand dune habitat in private ownership on the coast in California -- as well as the region's biggest coastal campground and trailer park, is a site of controversy. Trailer owners do not approve of the county's plan that says they may only stay 90 days.

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High demand for RVs fuels demand for campgrounds in China

(July 8, 2010) -- With the development of China's tourism sector, recreational vehicle travel has become a widely-used method in China, according to China National Radio, Peoples Daily Online reported. At present, many people cannot find a place to park their RVs. Under this condition, RV campground construction is an urgent task for some regions where the tourism industry is developing rapidly.

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Deputies investigate homicide in Arizona

(July 8, 2010) -- Maricopa County Sheriff's Office deputies are investigating a homicide of a man in his early 20s at an east Mesa mobile home and RV park that happened sometime on Tuesday, reports the East Valley Tribune.

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KOA sets attendance record over Fourth of July holiday

(July 8, 2010) -- The 475 campgrounds in the KOA system welcomed more than 20,500 camping families on Friday, July 2, making it the largest single registration day in the 48-year-old camping company’s history. Last weekend’s registration record was 8 percent higher than that for Fourth of July weekend in 2009.

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Jellystone’s family activities and themed weekend build memories

(July 8, 2010) -- The 70-unit campground chain offers a wide range of activities, including chocolate pudding wrestling to dinosaur fossil digs and Western themed weekends with roping contests and monster truck rides. Some Jellystone parks even offer dinosaur themed weekends in which kids can dig through sand to look for fossils and other prizes.

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