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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.

DNR says RV park didn’t ensure safe drinking water

(March 5, 2010) -- The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is referring a case of a Benton County campground, RV and mobile home park to the Missouri Attorney General's Office. It's asking the Attorney General to pursue legal action for violations of safe drinking water regulations at TT Campground RV and Mobile Home Park.


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Arizona newspaper calls for the chance to vote to save the parks

(March 5, 2010) -- The Arizona Republic writes voters should be allowed to vote to save Arizona's parks with HCR 2040, which would let voters decide whether to create a steady source of funding by raising vehicle-registration fees by $9 a year. (In return, Arizona-registered vehicles would get free entry to all state parks.)

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Louisiana state parks to increase fees

(March 5, 2010) -- The cost of using state parks and visiting historic sites in Louisiana will go up starting July 1 to help keep the facilities operating, the head of the Office of State Parks told lawmakers Thursday.

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Rally-goers continue to protest cuts to New York parks

(March 4, 2010) -- Governor Paterson's proposal to close as many as 90 state parks and historic sites for budgetary reasons this year is meeting stiff opposition. A noontime rally yesterday outside the State Capitol in which hundreds attended drove home that point. Another rally will be held Saturday.

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Florida County increases “bed tax”

(March 4, 2010) -- The Alachua County Commission is hoping to hit one out of the park with the construction of a Cooperstown South Baseball Complex in Newberry. And a higher bed tax may help to make that possible.

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New Jersey campground owner passes away

(March 4, 2010) -- Elizabeth E. "Betty" Corson passed away in February, the Shore News Today reported. Corson operated the Plantation Campground, gift shop and museum with her husband, Curtis, even after he was killed in the line of duty as a firefighter.

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