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Zeman Homes buys RV parks in Fla., Ill.

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(Jan. 20, 2017) -- Zeman Homes today announced its continued expansion in the RV resort market with the acquisition of both Paradise Camping Resort in Grand Prairie, Ill., and Seasons in the Sun RV Resort in Mims, Fla. Read More »

CA: Joshua Tree National Park sees record visitation

(Jan. 20, 2017) -- Over 2.5 million people visited Joshua Tree National Park in 2016, up over 500,000 from 2015. While that is good news for the park and surrounding communities, it has translated into long entrance lines, full campgrounds and congested parking. Read More »

CA: Heavy rains push creek, river over banks

(Jan. 20, 2017) -- The aftermath of several days of rain hit home last week on the West Side, where a number of creeks overflowed their banks early Wednesday morning, Jan. 11, and a rising San Joaquin River had low-lying campgrounds on alert by the weekend. Read More »

N.C.: Parkway sees increase in visitors, campground use

(Jan. 20, 2017) -- In 2016, there were just under 15.2 million visitors to the parkway, the 469-mile scenic road that runs from Shenandoah National Park in Virginia to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, winding through Asheville along the way. This is less than a 1 percent increase from the 15.1 million visitors in 2015. Read More »

MD: Campground buzzes with visitors for inauguration

(Jan. 20, 2017) -- Visitors flocked to the Cherry Hill Park campground in College Park, where assistant general manager Chris Lim says there’s a bipartisan crowd: about 200 parties of Trump supporters, including Bikers for Trump, and 50 groups here for the Women’s March on Washington are settling in. Read More »

MO: Campground draws opposition

(Jan. 20, 2017) -- A rezoning request for Bull Run Bluff Campground on the Niangua Arm in Camdenton was tabled due to opposition from neighbors who fear what could potentially be built if a portion of the campground is rezoned from R-1 to B-2. Read More »

Mich.: DNR finalizes master plan for McLain


(Jan. 19, 2017) — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has finalized a master plan for F.J. McLain State Park, with $1.25 million appropriated for an initial phase of construction, which is slated to begin this spring, The Mining Journal reported. Read More »