Day: May 24, 2012

(May 24, 2012) — reports that the Sullivan County Commission denied a request to rezone a residential piece of land next to Boone Lake in Piney Flats where the property owners want to build a 20-site, high-end campground that would be similar to a gated residential community.

(May 24, 2012) — On Monday, the Magnolia Planning Commission voted to approve a variance to city zoning regulations to allow an RV park to be built in a residential zoning area, reports Magnoliareporter.

(May 24, 2012) — According to a tourism development plan, some 400 to 500 recreational vehicle campgrounds will be built in Shanghai and the other 20-plus cities in the Yangtze River Delta Region by the end of 2020, reports

(May 24, 2012) — Under a plan approved by a House panel Wednesday, the cost of a license plate could jump by $2 a year to help pay for the maintenance and operation of Illinois state parks, reports the Bloomington Pantagraph.

(May 24, 2012) — KCAU writes that Memorial Day is one of the most popular weekends for camping, but this year, there’s a chance for severe weather. KCAU gives a few camping safety tips made easy when the weather gets rough.

(May 24, 2012) — Out & About Live writes that Muc-Off’s new caravan and motorhome cleaner will remove diesel fumes, black streaks, rust, drainage stains, algae, moss fungus, and road and traffic film, according to Muc-Off.

(May 24, 2012) — Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park’s campground will open on June 1, over a year after it was closed due to Missouri River flooding. Reopening the campground has been a priority project since the water receded last fall.

(May 24, 2012) — To maintain the expected community standards of Calgarians, the RV bylaw (section 17 of the Calgary Traffic Bylaw 26M96) was recently amended to allow enhanced enforcement of RVs by the CPA. The amendment allows location and time duration infractions to be enforced separately.

(May 24, 2012) — All reservable campgrounds and cabins at Indiana’s state parks, reservoirs and recreation areas are booked to capacity and ready for Memorial Day weekend. State forest campgrounds are first-come, first-served and also expect brisk business.

(May 24, 2012) — The program awards a $2,500 scholarship annually to deserving college sophomore, junior, and senior undergraduate students majoring in business, finance, economics, accounting, or other RV-related subjects. Dealers and other industry partners are able to offer this opportunity to their team specifically because of their employment in the RV industry.

(May 24, 2012) — The new kitchen island model 30KIS-DS is especially designed for families who enjoy cooking and entertaining large gatherings. Perfect for serving meals, a full-sized, 42-inch deep slide-out, with a dinette that seats four adults and a sofa that seats three, is directly across from the large kitchen island.

(May 24, 2012) — For the second time in five years, the Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO) has given its Vendor of the Year Award to Color Visual Concepts, Inc., a family owned and operated printing company headquartered in Granbury, Texas. TACO uses Color Visual Concepts to print the TACO Twister as well as banners, stationery and business cards.

(May 24, 2012) — In this role, Scott Sharpley is responsible for developing a strong working relationship with distributors and dealerships while promoting and increasing sales of Atwood products into the aftermarket. In addition, he will assist in training, merchandising, inventory analysis, show participation and other activities supporting Atwood’s aftermarket initiatives.

(May 24, 2012) — This proprietary synthetic film delivers superior corrosion protection, in part due to its rapid separation from water that displaces damaging moisture.  Max-Lube offers greater stability at extreme temperatures, and will flow at up to -40 Celcius.  Its unique formula reduces friction and can lower operating temperatures by 10-20 percent, helping equipment run smoothly and quietly while minimizing wear.

(May 24, 2012) — Each RV Lock keyless entry system is designed to be highly secure, with more than 1 million possible door locking combinations, utilizing a wireless 10-digit keypad and remote key fob. RV Lock’s battery powered system works independently of the RV’s power source, reducing the possibility of campers being locked out of their RV.

(May 24, 2012) — “Many RVers enjoy bird watching and the RV lifestyle plays into the ability to travel the country in search of different species,” said Rosenberg. “Plus, the proximity of our Bar Harbor campgrounds to the Acadia events make them an ideal place to call home during the festival.” Encore RV Resorts has three resorts in the area, Mt. Desert Narrows, Narrows Too and Patten Pond.

(May 24, 2012) — Travelers looking for destinations and activities that will stretch their minds and imaginations, without stretching their wallets, are invited to rediscover Michigan camping this summer. There are plenty of campsites for tenters, RVers and cabin-dwellers available at private campgrounds throughout both the Upper and Lower Peninsulas for the upcoming Memorial holiday weekend.

(May 24, 2012) — Here we are knocking on summer’s door, and road trip season is about to start. As Dallas Louis, author of “The Mommy Diaries: How I’m Surviving Parenting without Killing Anyone,” preps for her family’s trip to Florida for a little fun-in-the-sun, she offers her Top 5 tried-and-true road trip tips to get her family on the way.

(May 24, 2012) — The episode will be shown Sunday at 11:30 a.m. and Monday at 4:30 p.m.  Highlights of Sam and Dave’s visit to Alliance Coach located in Wildwood, Fla., include a segment on RV maintenance and repair with Alliance Coach Vice President Brett Howard, a tour of new Monaco and Holiday Rambler RV products with Alliance Coach General Sales Manager Cy Whisnant, and a search for the right RV part with Alliance Coach General Manager Caroline Champion. The hosts also experienced a sneak peek of the latest technology for RV dealership service departments from Systems 2000.

(May 24, 2012) — Moonlight Music Fest, a three-day music festival, will kick off Friday at the Bosque Bottoms R.V. Park in Meridian. Event organizers said the money from the event will be used to update local VFW posts with sporting equipment that can be rented for a nominal cost, reports KWTX.


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