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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.

ARVC praises passage of Travel Promotion Act

(March 9, 2010) -- While advocates of the legislation estimated that the program could generate as many as 1.6 million new inbound visitors a year, ARVC believes about 3 percent of those visitors, or 48,000 people, would likely stay in both urban and rural campgrounds, RV parks and resorts as they travel.

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Charges fly in Washington RV park saga

(March 8, 2010) -- Toutle River RV Resort has long battled with the Cowlitz County Building and Planning Department about the development. Most recently, Charlie Curry's posted a message on his two electronic readerboards along Interstate 5.

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N.H. Senate recommends repealing campground tax

(March 8, 2010) -- New Hampshire’s Senate Ways and Means committee voted last week 7-0 to recommend repeal of the campground tax, as it's become known. In the 2010-11 budget bill, campsites were included as taxable rental space under the law that has long included meals and hotel rooms.

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KOA to conduct 2010 convention in Savannah, Ga.

(March 8, 2010) -- The host hotel for the big event will be the Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort and Spa. The annual KOA Trade Expo, where vendors work with hundreds of KOA owners and managers, takes place Nov. 9 to 10 at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center.

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Connecticut residents worry higher park fees will endanger programs

(March 8, 2010) -- Supporters and activists involved with the Connecticut park system fear park-goers aren't ready to pay double what they paid last summer at state parks, and say the new fees will endanger programs meant to attract residents to the outdoors and hurt fundraising efforts to maintain and improve Connecticut parks.

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Texas state park offers “Marsh Madness”

(March 8, 2010) -- Spring Break Marsh Madness at Brazos Bend State Park is an affordable, family-friendly adventure. The park is located close to Houston, but can make you feel far from the craziness of life. It’s fitting for day trips or camping.

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Idaho parks agency aims for self-sufficiency

(March 8, 2010) -- The Department of Parks and Recreation was started down a path that Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter hopes will mean the agency pays for itself, rather than relying on taxpayer money to help keep 30 state parks across Idaho open.

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City looking for a better deal for Minnesota’s East Grand Forks park

(March 8, 2010) -- The East Grand Forks City Council during its regular meeting last week unanimously endorsed the deal Mayor Lynn Stauss is trying to strike with state Department of Natural Resources to increase the city’s share of fee revenue from the Red River Recreation Area, a state park that includes the large camping facilities along Gateway Drive in the old Sherlock Park area.

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