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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.

KOA reports record reservations for annual fundraising weekend

(March 19, 2010) -- “We are just getting underway with our marketing for this event, and we already have nearly 30 percent more reservations than we had at this time last year,” said Gast. “We’ve got guests that now make this special event the official start of their camping season every year."

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Forest Service continues discounts for seniors and people with disabilities

(March 18, 2010) -- USDA Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell announced Wednesday his decision not to implement proposed changes to fees charged to holders of passes at Forest Service campgrounds operated by private businesses. The chief’s decision means seniors and people with disabilities will continue to receive a discount at Forest Service campgrounds run by private concessions.

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Arizona parks system’s future in doubt

(March 18, 2010) -- Arizona's parks system is limping into the next fiscal year with few assurances it will exist after June 30, the result of lawmakers reducing its budget by nearly 80 percent since 2007.

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Owner orders Texas campground to be sold

(March 18, 2010) -- Emerald Glen RV Park will auction off its 150-space, 20-acre campground near Longview, Texas, Apri 23. Subject to credit approval, the winning bidder may qualify for assumable financing.

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Georgia welcomes second Jellystone Park April 1

(March 18, 2010) -- While Trail's End Resort and Marina has gained distinction as the only one in the country to offer floating condos, the resort is working intensively to double its number of campsites and develop a full-slate of fun family activities and themed weekends in anticipation of joining the nation’s second largest campground chain.

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State parks form alliance to protect vital leisure resources

(March 18, 2010) -- “Building state parks creates jobs and operating state parks stimulates outdoor recreation and tourism spending. That translates to a huge boon to our local economies,” said Elton. “In 2009 visitors to state parks across America helped create a $20 billion economic impact, which is an incredible return on investment given that the overall budget expenditure nationwide is less than $2.3 billion.”

 

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