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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.

Reward offered following fire at Arizona RV park

(April 28, 2010) -- The Casa Grande Police Department is asking the public for help as they investigate a fire April 18 at Palm Creek Golf & RV Resort that caused more than $600,000 in damage to RVs and a park model home, the Tri-Valley Central reported.

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Bob McKinnon receives Cal-ARVC’s highest honor

(April 27, 2010) -- MacKinnon spent more than 30 years managing resort operations for the Walt Disney Co. before launching Murrieta, Calif.-based MacKinnon Campground Consulting 14 years ago. He advises park operators on various aspects of campground development, operations and management, and is also known for having developed GuestReviews.

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California ARVC to give away a CrossRoads Slingshot

(April 27, 2010) -- Consumers can obtain RVing Rewards! Scratchers to participate in the competition by camping at least one night at one of nearly 30 campgrounds and RV parks that are participating in the promotion. The winning ticket will be selected July 27th at the California State Fair in Sacramento.

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Deputy killed during shootout at Nevada RV park

(April 27, 2010) -- Deputies were called to Terrible's Lakeside RV Resort Monday following a 911 call from a woman who said her boyfriend was chasing her with a gun. When confronted outside the casino, Nye County Sheriff Tony Demeo told Fox5 the boyfriend fired on the deputies.

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Campground store robbed

(April 27, 2010) -- A masked gunman robbed a store at the Sandy Pond Campground General Store in Plymouth, Ma., Sunday night and took an undetermined amount of cash.

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Rolling in for a short stay at the Las Vegas KOA

(April 27, 2010) -- The Las Vegas Sun describes a recent visit to the Las Vegas KOA. The newspaper says the campground, which has operated for approximately 35 years on the west side of the Strip, accommodates 366 RVs and tents, and has two furnished Airstreams for rent.

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Forest Service bans alcohol at 11 North Carolina campgrounds

(April 26, 2010) -- The U.S. Forest Service has banned alcohol at 11 recreation sites in the Tusquitee, Cheoah and Nantahala ranger districts, the paper reported. Rangers suspect intoxicated visitors have vandalized some areas and pollution, including broken beer bottles in streams, poses a safety risk to waders with bare feet.

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Iowa campground offers perfect retirement job

(April 26, 2010) -- Three years ago, Clayton retired from John Deere Dubuque Works and answered a help wanted ad seeking a camp manager. April 1 marked the third season Clayton and his wife, Nancy, have served as camp managers. Normally, they live on site until Nov. 1, then hook up the camper and head south to Florida and Texas, the Telegraph Herald reported.

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