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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.

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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Yogi joins the Leave No Trace movement

(July 8, 2010) -- “We do as much education as we can with the kids,” said Gabriel. “We tell them, ‘If you pack it in, pack it out.’ And we see that this helps produce tidier campers. They start to feel a synergy with the park and we’ll even start to see kids out there picking up after each other.”

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RV road trip defined by ginger-cake

(July 8, 2010) -- The King Neptune was one stop by Ted Laturnus, writing for the Globe and Mail, on a six-day tour of Nova Scotia. The 29-foot, C-class RV he drove was supplied by Fraserway Rentals and organized by Go RVing. Laturnus says he's been to his share of campgrounds but has never been served cake during his stay.

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Vintage camper show in Michigan through Sunday

(July 8, 2010) -- Vintage travel-trailer enthusiasts are bringing the glory days of "trailering" to Port Crescent State Park in Huron County, Michigan, as it hosts its second "GO-Get Outdoors" Vintage Camper Show, which runs through Sunday, July 11.

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