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RV and Camping News from Around the World

Interesting and noteworthy RV stories from around the world. Read about news that is impacting caravan and tent camping in Europe, Asia, Australia, South America and anywhere else that is not in the United States and Canada. RVing and camping is not just an American past-time — it is an activity enjoyed the world over. Read those stories at RV Daily Report.

Australia: Safety priority for caravanners

(March 23, 2017) -- Bundaberg caravanners have jumped at the opportunity to check that their caravans and camper trailers adhere to safety standards thanks to Caravanning Queensland's free Caravan Safety Check Days with the checks booking out in record time. Read More »

Scotland: New Lock Lomond camping bylaws under fire

(March 23, 2017) -- The bylaws, which were agreed last year, came into effect on March 1. The rules create four Camping Management Zones which will be in place from March to September, when visitors will need to have a valid permit to camp in a permit area, or stay over in a campsite. Read More »

Big Green Guide offers green camping advice

(March 22, 2017) -- "In this resource on green and responsible camping, we offer some basic rules, tips, and useful advice to help you minimize the environmental impact of your pitch in the wild, and help preserve the unspoiled beauty of the British countryside as a happy, responsible camper," said Dorian. Read More »

Australia: Mobile home makes most of life

(March 22, 2017) -- A Great Southern man has whittled his worldly possessions down to one customised camper bus but the equipment on board the hand-built house on wheels will ensure he does not go without modern creature comforts. Read More »

Australia: Iconic Coast campsite sold, set for glamping

(March 22, 2017) -- His plans include "improving and revitalizing infrastructure" by introducing new ablution blocks, communal facilities and glamping tents, and refurbishing the education centre. The project already has "in principle approval" from the State Government. Read More »

England: VW Camper Day returns to Lincoln

(March 22, 2017) -- The popular Volkswagen Camper Day returns to Lincoln for a fifth year this weekend. Volkswagen owners and enthusiasts will get the chance to gather once again for a free display of VW Camper vans on the Brayford. Read More »

New Zealand: Campground reserve lease considered

(March 21, 2017) -- Should the owners of a Karikari Peninsula holiday park be allowed to lease part of a council reserve to accommodate peak-season campers? That's the question the Far North District Council is putting to the public to settle controversy over a long-standing informal arrangement with the owners of Whatuwhiwhi Top 10 Holiday Park. Read More »

Germany: Networking event for outdoor section

(March 20, 2017) -- The Outdoor Industries Association (OIA) and ISPO Academy have established a new conference and networking event for all up-and-coming outdoor professionals: The Outdoors Future Camp. It will be taking place from Sept. 5-6 in Sheffield and aims to bring together future leaders of the outdoor recreation industries. Read More »