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Chuck Woodbury is guest on podcast episode 46

(March 13, 2015) -- Woodbury is the 2014 RV Industry Association Journalist of the Year. His career spans several decades and includes work as a magazine publisher, blogger, and videographer. Until recently, he owned RVbookstore.com, which served thousands of customers as the industry's first online resource for books and DVDs. The manager of nearly a dozen different RV-related websites, he has been at the forefront of every communications change impacting the RV industry, and he offers some great insight into how digital media will change the way RV businesses and campgrounds reach and serve customers. Read More »

Texas RV park reports less campers, record revenue

(March 20, 2014) -- The shale and oil boom in south Texas led to a record amount of site nights booked at Parkview Riverside RV Park for the 2012 Winter season. When many workers left, owner Doug Shearer expected a hit in bookings for the 2013 season. What he didn't expect was a 35 percent increase in revenue, despite a 20 percent decrease in camper nights. Read More »

Calif. campgrounds ready for white water rafting enthusiasts

(April 30, 2013) -- While many of California’s rivers and streams are not carrying the volume of water they normally do at this time of year, there are still plenty of opportunities for white water rafting, river tubing, kayaking and family-friendly float trips up and down the state. Read More »

Kathy Shiels Tully: Nine New Hampshire RV adventures

(April 17, 2013) -- Kathy Shiels Tully took a five-week RV trip out West, which opened her and her family's eyes to all the adventures waiting back home in New England. In the Boston Globe, she has written a New Hampshire-focused “Out West” RV trip. Read More »

Travel idea: N.Y.’s “Path Through History” itineraries, events

(April 5, 2013) -- The "I Love New York" travel website links to planned events on two "Path Through History" weekends as well as suggested itineraries for following paths through the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, Civil Rights, Presidential History, Women's Rights, Natural History, Immigration, and Sports History. Read More »