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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.

AL: Andalusia campground destroyed by storms

(Feb. 8, 2017) -- Damage assessments continue in Andalusia after strong storms blew through the city Tuesday, destroying a local campground and damaging homes. A campground on Tracks Lane was hit the hardest. Campers were overturned, blown into one another and ripped apart. Read More »

Ohio announces improvements to state parks

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(Feb. 8, 2017) -- "Visitors today want to enjoy more modern amenities, such as updated cabins and restrooms," said Zehringer. "These improvements will provide our day-use visitors and overnight guests with a better experience as they explore Ohio State Parks." Read More »

Why bother with print advertising – Part 2

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(Feb. 7, 2017) -- Ads are becoming cleverer. With graphics software being what it is and realizing that less is MORE you can really catch a person’s eye so much easier. Don’t forget the demographics for your product or services. Consumers love a great print ad, which will likely drive them to your website! Read More »

Camp Native helps increase profits surrounding Solar Eclipse


(Feb. 7, 2017) — It’s been 26 years since a total solar eclipse has been visible in the United States and Camp Native, a marketing and campground reservation platform, is helping property owners increase their reservations and drive sales for the event, a release from the company stated. Read More »

Tent campers braving Sierra Nevada campgrounds

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(Feb. 7, 2017) — For the first time in many years, California is having a cold and wet winter with more snow than the Sierra Nevada has seen in more than a decade. But the heavy snows aren’t stopping tent camping enthusiasts from spending their weekends at the handful of Sierra Nevada campgrounds that stay open in winter. Read More »