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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 owner challenges Illinois community over fees charged

(April 22, 2009) -- Mike Storey, who is sub-letting some of the southernmost 125 pads at Enchanted Village mobile home park, said the $400 annual business fee he is paying to the city was designed to cover the cost of inspectors regularly walking through the area to check on the connections at the sewer and at the trailer or RV. Read More »

2008 RV Park of the Year prepares for a busy season

(May 4, 2009) -- As the summer season begins Memorial Day Weekend, new amenities at Ocean Lakes Family Campground will take center-stage. They include pull-through motorhome parking in Ocean Lakes' secured trailer storage lot; a specially-designed pet welcome program; and Sandy's Down Under Skate Park for tweens and teens 12 to 16 years old. Read More »

No buyers emerge for Nevada RV park

(April 27, 2009) -- Dunham and Associates, a San Diego-based, privately held trust company, acquired title to the former Seibt Desert Retreat RV Park for $4 million during a trustee sale in front of the Nye County Courthouse Wednesday. There were no buyers for the property so it reverted back to the beneficiary. Read More »

New Hampshire RV parks plan upgrades

(May 11, 2009) -- The economy may be mired in recession, but that hasn’t stopped private campground owners in New Hampshire from investing in new campsites, cabins and other upgrades for the upcoming camping season. Read More »

Colorado bridge to nowhere connects to RV park

(May 4, 2009) -- The "nowhere" in this case is an RV park on the west side that can be reached only by crossing the Golden Lane Road bridge, a narrow metal and wood span over Fountain Creek that will be replaced at a cost to taxpayers of $584,000. Read More »

Tennessee RV parks announce development plans

(April 15, 2009) -- Five RV parks or campgrounds in Tennessee are investing in new facilities and amenities this year, which include everything from cabins to activity centers and miniature golf courses, skate parks and waterslides. Read More »

Former banker enjoys renewed life as RV park owner in Minnesota

(April 21, 2009) -- “From my experience, no matter what the economy, people still want to spend at least a little time away from their regular homes,” he said. “Instead of longer vacations — in light of the sluggish economy — many people will be staying closer to home. This should help tourism in Otter Tail County.” Read More »

Tornado damages RVs at Tennessee campground

(May 4, 2009) -- Travel trailers at the Thousand Trails Campground were damaged by trees that were blown down. Some campers who lost their camping equipment in the storm said they were thankful to have survived the strong storm. Read More »

Kansas RV park goes really green

(April 26, 2009) -- Mary Arlington, owner of High Plains Camping in Oakley, Kansas, has come up with a most unique way to differentiate her RV park from any other. This year Mary has created and planted a garden, where the produce is produced for her guests. Read More »