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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.

Idaho Power introduces online reservation system

(Feb. 15, 2018) -- Until now, campers had to drive to Hells Canyon or C.J. Strike Reservoir south of Mountain Home to see what sites were available. Now outdoors enthusiasts can reserve a spot by going to idahopower.com and clicking the campground reservations link. Read More »

WI: Residents fight RV park campground plan

(Feb. 15, 2018) -- Town of Jacksonport residents are preparing to fight – all the way to court, if need be – a proposed RV campground that won approval from the county’s Resource Planning Committee (RPC) last month. Read More »

West Virginia State Parks anticipate banner year

(Feb. 15 2018) -- “Family camping is one of the quintessential summer pastimes enjoyed by families all over West Virginia,” said West Virginia State Parks District Administrator Matt Yeager. “We’ve been getting a lot of inquiries about reservations at our parks and forests, so all indications point to 2018 being a banner year for camping.” Read More »

TX: Cass County Park is ready for campers

(Feb. 14, 2018) -- Sinyard spoke at the Feb. 8 Cass County Commissioners workshop about the need to get the word out that they are ready for all visitors. “It is family oriented and we strive to keep things there for the kids, parents and everyone to do,” said Sinyard. Read More »

N.C.: Cape Hatteras camping season dates announced

(Feb. 14, 2018) -- What better place can you think of to pitch a tent for the night, than the NC Outer Banks? Well, we couldn't come up with one either...so dust off the camping gear and put the Outer Banks on your list of places to camp in 2018. Read More »

OR: City asks to delay fee increases

(Feb. 14, 2018) -- Brookings will ask the U.S. Forest Service’s Gold Beach Ranger District to consider delaying a proposed fee increase on Curry County campgrounds, day use areas and other amenities until 2020 to give the area time to recover from the Chetco Bar Fire. Read More »