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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.

Colorado RV park earns “A” rating

(Dec. 7, 2009) -- "The importance of both Woodall’s and Trailer Life ratings in influencing a camper’s choice of a destination has long since been acknowledged, but being recognized by the camping public as one of their favorite destinations speaks volumes," said Gene and Johanna Farrar, owners of Snowy Peak RV Park.

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Developer seeks permission to build RV park in Washington State

(Dec. 4, 2009) -- Miffed that earlier plans to develop a wine-related resort were nixed by Kennewick officials, Jos Chavallo told them earlier this week that he is in discussion with someone interested in putting in an RV park on the landmark hill or, if that is rejected, he said he'll allow livestock to graze on the property.

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Texas campground group sets website visitation record

(Dec. 3, 2009) -- “Our website had more visitors through October than we had in all of last year,” said Brian Schaeffer, executive director and CEO of the Texas Association of Campground Owners, which owns and operates He said the website had logged 887,529 page views through October and would likely surpass the 1 million page view mark by the end of this year.

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Forest Service to eliminated discounts for elderly, disabled

(Dec. 3, 2009) -- The U.S. Forest Service has announced it plans to eliminate the 50 percent discount at National Forest campgrounds that has traditionally been available to holders of lifetime Senior and Access (permanent disability) passes. The change will apply at campgrounds operated by private concessioners, which represent 50 percent of National Forest camping capacity and 82 percent of reservable campsites.

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Tennessee Miller Coliseum upgrades RV hookups

(Dec. 2, 2009) -- The  59 electric and water hookups were added to the original 58 hookups, and upgrades were made to the existing hookups. Previously, a number of the RV hookups were water only, and RV units were sharing 30-amp service.

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Texas RV resort announces expansion plan

(Dec. 2, 2009) -- In addition to expanding the number of full hookup sites which measure 50 feet between the big rig pull through spaces, they are expanding the office/clubhouse building to allow for wedding receptions, birthday gatherings and other types of meetings.

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RV park owners try to meet county rules in California

(Dec. 1, 2009) -- Owners of Yosemite Pines RV Park, off of Old Highway 120 east of Groveland, are specifically requesting their two parcels totaling 34.5 acres be rezoned from commercial recreation to commercial recreation: planned unit development. They are also seeking a permit that would allow more uses on their property.

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ARVC to offer webinar on music licensing

(Dec. 1, 2009) -- Campground owners and managers who are confused or frustrated about music licensing and why they have to pay three different companies can get their music licensing questions answered during a free webinar.

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