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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.

N.J.: Campgrounds supporting Ginnie’s House

(April 25, 2017) -- Karen Kymer, general manager of the three area campgrounds, recently presented the $550 check to Tammy Chako, executive director of Ginnie’s House Children’s Advocacy Center and Rhona Beadle, also of Ginnie’s House. Read More »

New fees instituted at Alaska recreation sites

(April 24, 2017) -- Visitors to the 12 sites within the Chena recreation area will have to pay a $5 entrance fee starting in May. The daily fees will also go into effect at the Salcha River, Clearwater and Delta state recreation sites. Read More »

VA: Latest plan envisions park as recreation hub

(April 24, 2017) -- The newest signposts peppering the trailheads and vistas of Explore Park don’t aim to tell a story of what is or what has been. They chart the course of what could be: expansive campgrounds, an amphitheater, an economic engine fueling tourism and recreation. Read More »

CA: New development expected on Bayfront

(April 24, 2017) -- Chula Vista could finally see new construction on its Bayfront for the first time in decades. The Unified Port of San Diego announced it has selected a developer to build a new recreational vehicle resort on the South Bay city’s waterfront. Read More »

UT: Conestoga Ranch’s opening weekend offers family-friendly programming

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(April 24, 2017) -- Entering its third season as one of Utah’s glamping destination, Conestoga Ranch has lined up an opening weekend that offers guests a wealth of diversions and unique dining experiences for the whole family. The May 19 to 21 celebration, adjacent to Utah’s turquoise-colored Bear Lake, is an all-inclusive weekend, starting at $140 per person for adults and $85 for kids under 12 (taxes, alcohol, and food & beverage service charge are additional). Read More »

OR: Lease for pot-friendly campground OKd

(April 24, 2017) -- The Josephine County Board of Commissioners, despite hearing concerns about a marijuana-friendly campground leasing a strip of county land at Lake Selmac, approved the six-year lease for the planned resort this week. Read More »