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IA: KOA owners bring hospitality to Newton

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(Feb. 14, 2017) -- Just off of Interstate 80 in Newton sits Kampground of America, and even though it’s a nationally known business that began in 1962, Newton owners Wayne and Helen Rose greet their guests with small town charm. Read More »

KOA receives third major franchising award

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(Feb. 13, 2017) -- "Franchise Business Review, by independently surveying our franchisees, paints a more accurate picture for people looking for the right franchise to fit their needs. That makes the recognition very special to us," said Fairlee. Read More »

KOA picks up top 50 franchising award in Vegas

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(Feb. 6, 2017) — Kampgrounds of America Inc. brought home some impressive hardware last week during the International Franchising Association's annual convention in Las Vegas, a release from the company stated. KOA was recently named a top franchise by Franchise Business Review in its 2017 Top Franchise Report. Read More »

WI: Hidden Valley now a KOA franchise

(Jan. 6, 2017) -- Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground is now a KOA franchise. Jim and Marcia Kersten, who have owned the resort for more than two decades, will continue as the franchise owners. Read More »

KOA purchases new campground in New Jersey

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(Dec. 14, 2016) — Kampgrounds of America (KOA) has completed the purchase of the Timberlane Campground in Clarksboro, N.J. The independently owned campground was purchased Dec. 13, from Sweetie and Scott Goess of Clarksboro. Read More »

N.C.: Wilmington KOA campground wins award

(Nov. 18, 2016) -- The Wilmington KOA Holiday this week earned two prestigious awards among KOAs nationwide. Wednesday, the Wilmington KOA received the KOA President's and Founder's Awards from the Kampgrounds of America. Read More »

For KOA, 2017 will be full-steam ahead

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(Nov. 15, 2016) -- Hittmeier predicted that 2017 will be just as good, if not better than 2016 as gas prices are expected to remain low through 2020, and the propensity for travel to see North America is stronger than it has ever been. Read More »