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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.

RV park office manager killed in Highway 101 crash

(March 2, 2010) -- A crash claimed the life of the D.B.R. RV Park’s office manager as she was preparing to turn left into the park on U.S. Highway 101 in Gardiner, Wash. Park residents have long fought for a left-turn lane on  the busy highway.

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Can you name the Top 10 national parks in 2009?

(March 1, 2010) -- More than 285 million people visited national parks and other units of the National Park System during 2009, up from just under 275 million in 2008. This fell just short of the all-time visitation record of 287.2 million in 1987. Can you name the Top 10 most popular national parks in 2009?

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Taxpayer’s group encourages privitization of state parks

(March 1, 2010) -- Recreation Resource Management (RRM) doesn't just manage parks and make them profitable, but they also renovate the property providing a better outdoor experience to consumers. According to Americans for Tax Reform, many RRM properties have been voted in the top 100 family campgrounds in the United States.

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Bluegrass band bears the name of Alabama RV park

(March 1, 2010) -- According to Reuters, the Grascals also have a presence at the Country Crossing entertainment destination in Dothan, Ala., playing 20 shows per year at an RV park that bears their name. "That's where we can tell Dolly we did learn something," Johnson says. "She's got her own Dollywood. We've got the Grascals Bluegrass Hollow RV Park."

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Coloradans to have a say in how they play

(March 1, 2010) -- The Colorado Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation (Colorado State Parks) invites you to “Have a Say in How You’ll Play” by attending one of five public meetings scheduled in major metropolitan regions of the state during the month of March.

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Alberta doubles campgrounds on online reservation system

(March 1, 2010) -- “We are doubling the number of provincial campgrounds taking online reservations this year,” said Ady. “The 25 new online campgrounds will give Albertans and visitors easier access to provincial campgrounds as we committed to with Alberta’s Plan for Parks.”

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Arizona legislators seek ways to keep state parks open

(Feb. 26, 2010) -- Arizona officials are contemplating several measures to keep state parks open including privatization, local takeover of the parks, diverting money from other funds and even a ballot measure to give voters a chance to approve fees added to vehicle registrations.

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