(April 19, 2018) — Frank Hugelmeyer said, “The Outdoor Recreation Roundtable and its member associations applaud today’s announcements by Secretary Zinke as a common-sense plan to elevate the importance of outdoor recreation on public lands and waters throughout the Department of the Interior.”
Day: April 19, 2018
(April 19, 2018) — Camping World Holdings has announced that its financial results for the first quarter fiscal 2018 will be released before the market opens on May 8.
(April 19, 2018) — “We are excited to begin work on our new RV center in Selma,” said Larry Peter, vice president of southern operations, Campers Inn RV.
(April 19, 2018) — The RV rental company Cruise America has partnered with Apollo Auto Sales, 625 Broad St., as part of a nationwide expansion.
(April 19, 2018) — RetailMyRide.com offers a free basic online directory listing to all licensed retail dealers that offer professional consignment services.
(April 19, 2018) — The Florida RV Trade Association holds the 23rd annual gulf coast RV extravaganza Friday-Sunday, April 20-22, at the Lee County Sports Complex/Hammond Stadium in South Fort Myers.
(April 19, 2018) — Navistar International Corporation announced Raymond T. Miller has been named to the company’s board of directors, effective immediately. Miller replaces Michael Sirignano, who has resigned from the board after serving for more than four years. Miller has been appointed to the board’s audit and compensation committees.
(April 18, 2018) — Hubbell USB Charging Receptacles combine two USB connections and a traditional duplex outlet, eliminating the need for adapter plugs and having to disconnect one item to accommodate another.
(April 19, 2018) — The North American Trailer Dealers Association (NATDA) published its official online directory for the 2018 NATDA Trailer Buyer’s Guide, a business to business tool for trailer dealerships.
(April 19, 2018) — One of the most frequent questions I get from new and wannabe fulltime RVers is, how much does it cost to be a fulltimer? I can’t answer that question for them because there is no number that is accurate. No one-size-fits-all, plan your budget this way and you’ll be fine number.
(April 19, 2018) — RV shows often have the best prices people can find on RVs. The problem is, once the shows are over for the year, those low event prices can be hard to find. Unless you’re ready to buy and have already done research online, the high-pressure environment of an RV show can make you feel rushed to get a good deal.
(April 19, 2018) — Leave your car behind and experience Voyageurs National Park the only way you really can – by boat. Bordering Canada in Northern Minnesota, the park is truly a place where you can choose your own adventure on 500-plus islands, 655 miles of shoreline and more than 218,000 acres of land and water.
(April 19, 2018) — In this week’s episode, two topics that always have a lot of interest. First, we’ll offer up a list of resources to help you find places to boondock or stay overnight for free or very low fees.
(April 19, 2018) — Flood cleanup is the next step after the heavy rains tore through the region. Revelle’s Campground in Randolph County dealt with flood waters cresting at 12 feet and a rapid change in weather overnight.
(April 19, 2018) — After tallying the figures, Campground Owners of New York announced that Lake Bluff Campground in Wolcott, owned by Gregg and Kelly Nicholls, raised $3,357 in donations for Camp Good Days and Special Times through a statewide fundraising event for charity in 2017.
(April 19, 2018) — Beaubassin East council voted unanimously to grant a two-year extension to a controversial campground project, despite fierce opposition from residents.
(April 19, 2018) — Fire restrictions are beginning to go into effect across northern and central Arizona as windy, dry weather persists across the region and officials attempt to limit the danger of human-caused wildfire.
(April 19, 2018) — The entrance fee for Lake Mead National Recreation Area is increasing as part of a price hike for more than a hundred national parks.
(April 19, 2018) — Eagle Holy Cross District ranger Aaron Mayville addressed this dichotomy with the Eagle County commissioners last week, discussing the summer water outlook, planned campground closures and other Forest Service issues that directly affect locals and visitors.
(April 19, 2018) — Off shore from the Colorado River and at the foot of Mt. Lincoln, a new campground opens in Palisade on Wednesday.