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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: Campers soak up the camaraderie

(Feb. 17, 2017) -- The enthusiasm around town for last weekend’s Southern 80 was possibly best embodied by campers Fred and Vicki Hallett. The couple arrived at their Perricoota Road campsite two weeks ago to ensure they had the best view of the Murray River for the big event. Read More »

Huge new campsite planned for South Wales

(Feb. 16, 2017) — The Circuit of Wales in Ebbw Vale, Blaenau Gwent, aims to become one of Wales’ top tourism destinations, with a world-class motorsports track and facility and a leisure and entertainment hub, Out & About Live reported. Read More »

Australia: Horizon Motorhomes celebrates 600th RV sale

(Feb. 16, 2017) -- This week brought another great milestone for Horizon Motorhomes as they completed their 600th motorhome sale and handover. This is a proud moment for owner, Clayton Kearney and his staff at Horizon Motorhomes and BCMC (Ballina Campervan & Motorhome Centre), the sole dealer of Horizon, who between them care about every aspect of the design, build, sales and after-sales of all Horizon Motorhomes that pass through the showroom. Read More »

England: Bailey motorhome aims for the Arctic Circle

Arctic Adventure

(Feb. 16, 2017) -- To demonstrate the strength and durability of its Alu-Tech construction, Bailey of Bristol is about to embark on another marathon product endurance test. This time the company, in association with The Caravan Club, will be taking an Autograph 75-2 motorhome and two caravans on an epic 5,000-mile journey to the Arctic Circle. Read More »