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Missoula KOA celebrates 50th anniversary

(July 20, 2017) -- That first year in 1967, the campground hosted just more than 4,000 nights of camping. Now, the park hosts 25,000 camper nights each year, and has logged a total of more than 850,000 camper nights over the past 50 years. Read More »

KOA CEO named top franchise leader by Franchise Business

(July 17, 2017) -- "Franchise leaders were selected for Franchise Business Review's 2017 Top Franchise Leaders list as a result of the franchisees at their brands providing positive feedback regarding their leadership during a recent franchisee satisfaction survey," said Eric Stites, CEO of Franchise Business Review. Read More »

Eco RV-ing: Can Rvs be green?

(July 13, 2017) -- With the increase in the percentage of younger campers, an additional surging trend that can currently be seen in the RV industry is the number of owners and consumers who are searching for, and requesting information on “green RVs,” writes blogger Krista Atkins Nutter for Green Cincinnati News. Read More »

KOA helps with zero-stress packing for camping

(July 12, 2017) -- Done correctly, packing for a camping trip doesn’t need to be stressful, reports KOA. Like anything else, a little advanced planning and thoughtful care will pay huge dividends once you reach the campground. In general, your packing plans should revolve around the “Big 3” categories: Food, shelter and clothing Read More »

Pocono campsites packed after NJ closures

(July 4, 2017) - Because New Jersey can't reach a budget agreement, the state's government has shut down. That means New Jersey's state parks, forests and recreation sites are closed. Thousands of families panicked to make new plans for the Fourth of July holiday, and many re-routed to the Poconos. KOA Campgrounds in Smithfield Township had to come up with its own plan, quick. Read More »

KOA: Tour Manitoba and Saskatchewan

(June 28, 2017) -- Like millions of other vacationers rushing to get to more high-profile destinations in, say, Alberta’s pristine Canadian Rockies or Quebec’s cosmopolitan cities, you may view the provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan as little more than pit stops along the way. Read More »