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RV stolen in Arkansas, set on fire in Tennessee field

(Oct. 22, 2013) -- The Dyer County Sheriff's Office is working with Arkansas law enforcement officials to determine who may have stolen a 2000 Fleetwood Discovery RV in Arkansas, and then burned it near the Mississippi River in Dyer County, Tenn., reports the State Gazette. Read More »

Florida/Georgia RV City opens Oct. 30

(Oct. 22, 2013) -- RV City opens Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 8 a.m. in Lot E at EverBank Field in Jacksonville for the Nov. 2 game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Florida Gators, reports First Coast News. The cost is $125 per space each day. Read More »

Workkamper Discovery Days helps RVers reduce costs

(Oct. 21, 2013) -- The main event is Nov. 2 and 3. However, Nov. 1 is Dreamers Day where prospective workampers can receive foundational information about the workamping lifestyle. Nov. 4 is another bonus day during which six different training options will be offered ranging from RV maintenance training to learning how to build and run a small business from an RV. Read More »

Carbon monoxide claims RVer at Talladega campground

(Oct. 21, 2013) -- The couple were discovered unresponsive by friends who went into their RV at the South Campground outside the track. Sheriff Jimmy Kilgore told Fox Sports that the couple’s RV had a broken exhaust pipe on its generator, which ran all night Friday. Read More »

Production company seeks full-time RVers for reality show

(Oct. 18, 2013) -- "We're primarily looking for families, but can expand that to an unusual group of people who hang out together on the road," said Donovan Jacobs, with Skip Films. "If you make money in weird ways, especially with that group of people, we definitely want to talk to you." Read More »

Tourists, RV resort owners rejoice as shutdown ends

(Oct. 18, 2013) -- Melanie Kimmel and Lukas Leitner, tourists from Munich, Germany, were turned away at the gates of Yosemite and Death Valley because of the government shutdown. But they made it to Mesa Verde on Thursday, just as the park reopened, reports The Durango Herald. Read More »