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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.

Residents push to keep Indiana RV park development on green path

(Oct. 6, 2009) -- Opponents of a proposed recreational vehicle development that incorporates Robinson Lake want to make sure their voices are heard before the project becomes a reality. That plan calls for converting the vacant St. Sava picnic property into a RV park and youth center with the city either leasing or selling the public lake to the developers for the project. Read More »

Commissioners approve RV park plans in Colorado

(Sept. 25, 2009) -- The 119-space High Mesa RV Park in Garfield County is to be Battlement Mesa's second such development, and is to be built close to an existing RV/trailer park. The High Mesa park originally was planned as temporary housing for natural gas workers, but the developers have had to shift their focus to include recreational tourists in the light of the ongoing slump in the gas industry. Read More »

Out of concern for guest safety, California closes 14 state parks

(Oct. 13, 2009) -- There is a risk of falling trees and branches, and mudslides inland, as well as high waves and strong currents on the coast. Waves along the surf line can catch people off guard and wash them out to sea. The forested parks are being closed due to high winds that tend to break off large branches or topple large trees, which can land on vehicles or pedestrians causing serious injuries or death. The closures will remain in effect at least until tomorrow morning, perhaps longer, if necessary. Read More »

Minnesota park announces plan to expand campground

(Oct. 1, 2009) -- Construction for an addition to the Split Rock campground could begin as early as next year, park officials said at an open house at Split Rock Lighthouse Tuesday. The park would have about 60 new sites and could include some camper cabins, which are more rustic version of traditional cabins and include electricity and heat. Read More »

Arizona contemplates options to keep state parks open

(Oct. 23, 2009) -- A study done for the Arizona Parks Foundation by the Morrison Institute at Arizona State University, concludes that the revenues collected from users is insufficient to properly maintain and operate the parks, much less acquire new properties. And the supplement the system used to receive in state tax dollars from the legislature has all but dried up Read More »

Arizona RV Resort opens new park along Colorado River

(Oct. 20, 2009) -- The Havasu Springs RV Resort in Havasu, Ariz., has opened its gates and is officially ready for RV campers from across the nation. This state-of-the-art RV campground in features amenities like pull-through RV spaces, tennis courts, heated pool and golf course. Read More »

Nebraska city approves RV park upgrades

(Oct. 23, 2009) -- Tuesday, the Alma City Council approved the low bid from Jeff's Electric of Holdrege for an estimated cost of $19,500 to install 18-two sided pedestal power outlets. The company will trench, wire throughout the park, re-supply the office electrical service, and put new wiring in the shower house. Read More »

Snowbirds find it pays to own their own RV site at Florida resort

(Oct. 19, 2009) -- Paul and Louise Rollin had been coming to Florida every winter for years, usually staying for several months at a time. But after rolling the dice each year with RV parks they found on the Internet – and winding up with sites were too small, too noisy or with too many restrictions on when they could rent a site and for how long – the Canadian couple gave up on the idea of renting an RV site for the winter. Read More »

Some California state parks to close midweek

(Oct. 27, 2009) -- “In order to maintain high quality service and public safety standards during high-peak visitor use periods experienced during the warmer summer seasons, weekends and holidays we must reduce services during slower non-peak visitor use periods such as weekdays during the winter and spring seasons,” said Krueper. Read More »

Mississippi city contemplates RV park zoning restrictions

(Oct. 22, 2009) -- A committee of aldermen now have a place to start addressing the question of where recreational vehicle parks can be placed within city limits. The group's recommendation was that stays not to exceed 30 days or, possibly, three months in any one-year period.

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Arizona RV park see spike in reservations and snowbirds head south

(Oct. 16, 2009) -- Advance reservations are up at several Arizona campgrounds and RV parks that cater to snowbirds, according to an informal survey of park operators across the Grand Canyon State. “We think it’s going to be a pretty good season, certainly stronger than last year,” said Merlin Jones, president of the Arizona Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds, adding that most parks are reporting higher winter advance reservation figures than they had last year at this time. Read More »

Bulldozer levels Florida RV park to make room for grocery store

(Oct. 26, 2009) -- The old A-frame building used to be the center of a 10-acre RV park at the northwest corner of Alternate A1A and Hood Road in Palm Beach Gardens. Steam shovels tore it down Friday as the first step in building a 46,000-square-foot Publix. Construction is expected to start later this year. Read More »