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KOA: The know everything guide to RVing in Canada

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(April 13, 2017) -- Are you planning to join in on the birthday party of the year? We are, of course, referring to our neighbors to the north — good ol’ Canada. They are ringing in their 150th year as a country and we could not be more excited about what they’ve planned to properly celebrate this momentous occasion. Read More »

KOA earns prestigious PR award

From left: KOA Chief Franchise Operations Officer Toby O'Rourke, KOA Vice President of Communications Mike Gast and Allison+Partners team members Jeannie Horner and Marcus Gamo with the 2017 PR Week Award for "Best In Analytics."

(March 20, 2017) -- Kampgrounds of America received the highest accolade in the public relations industry March 16 when it received the prestigious 2017 PR Week Award for its use of analytics for the 2016 Edition of the North American Camping Report, the company announced today. Read More »

KOA study finds 13 million more camping households

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(March 15, 2017) — An estimated 13 million U.S. households plan to camp more in 2017 than they did in 2016, and more than 1 million new households have started camping each year since 2014. Millennials are driving this growth as they take to the outdoors in greater numbers, and they have no intention of letting up. Read More »

Chincoteague Island KOA starts 2017 season early

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(March 8, 2017) — The management of Chincoteague Island KOA announced today that the campground will open two weeks early - the new date is the May 12-14 weekend - to participate in Kampgrounds of America’s 14th annual Care Camps Big Weekend, a national fundraiser to help children with cancer. Read More »

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 »