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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.

IA: Changes to camping at Hitchcock Nature Center

(March 21, 2017) -- Pottawattamie County Conservation is excited to announce some changes as they gear up for the 2017 season that will help them better manage these areas and help you, the park users, enjoy them even more. New campsites, new facilities, new pricing, and a new reservation policy all began Jan. 1. Read More »

Oregon campground closing after death of pine

(March 21, 2017) -- A beetle infestation has done in the 259-foot Ponderosa pine that was tallest of its ilk known for more than three decades before it was supplanted in 2011 by another tree in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest by about 9 feet. Read More »

MI: Commissioners look at new campground

(March 21, 2017) -- Branch County Commissioners are scheduled during their work session on Tuesday morning to decide whether or not to bring forward to Friday’s regular meeting a resolution that would allow the county to apply for a state natural resources grant that would help fund the purchase of a 25 acre campground on Randall Lake. Read More »

Colorado wildfire fully contained

(March 21, 2017) -- The Boulder Office of Emergency Management says the 70-acre fire was 100 percent contained Monday afternoon, and firefighters are expected to work overnight mopping up hotspots and flare-ups. Read More »

Who is your most important customer? – Part 2

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(March 20, 2017) -- Losing a customer hurts and getting them back is very tough psychologically and financially. Once a customer "cheats on you" and likes it -- and gets treated like royalty from the competition -- good luck getting them back! Read More »

N.Y.: Photography class planned at park

(March 20, 2017) -- Schodack Island State Park will host a free, two-part photography workshop led by the award-winning photography duo of Naturelogues. The workshop, Picturing Nature: A Practical Guide to Nature Photography, will cover the basic elements of nature photography, simple editing, and tips for where to photograph in upstate New York. Read More »

IN: DNR’s protection efforts get tip of cap

(March 20, 2017) -- The Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Nature Preserves was recognized by the Division of State Parks for decades of work protecting important natural areas inside Indiana’s system of state parks, the DNR said in a release. Read More »

N.Y.: Village says good-bye on March 31

(March 20, 2017) -- Residents approved the dissolution of Port Henry in a 2015 vote. Moriah will take over most of the village’s responsibilities and all of its properties on April 1 including running the Champ RV Park and Campground. Read More »

B.C.: Parks plates selling like campsite bookings

(March 20, 2017) -- In less than eight weeks, more than 10,000 BC Parks licence plates that celebrate BC’s provincial parks have been sold, the province is reporting. In mid-January, three licence plate designs were unveiled to allow motorists to show their passion and pride by sharing the natural beauty of BC Parks on their licence plates. Read More »