Day: September 14, 2018

(Sept. 14, 2018) — Jayco will introduce the new Precept Prestige Class A product line this week at America’s largest RV show in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — Redwood, Winegard Company and ASA Electronics announce a connectivity collaboration to develop the latest in the ultimate Smart RV product lineup for exhibition at the Elkhart Open House.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — The Tennessee Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds has identified campgrounds and RV parks with space available for Hurricane Florence evacuees.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — The oilpatch action seems to be picking up again if the sight at Edam’s serviced campground is any indication of people coming into the area to work. The trailer park on the south side of Edam has more trailers now than there were a while ago.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — Several local campgrounds that are usually closed by now are going to stay open later than usual. The Forest Service is keeping them open so that visitors can do some late-season camping.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — On Sept. 13, the district announced in a news release that a conditional purchase offer has been accepted on the acquisition of 23 acres of farmland and riverfront property, located at 231 Old Town Rd. in Sicamous.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — Park rangers have become invaluable resources to us on this trip, advising us on the quietest campgrounds, the weather, what hikes would be best for our family and what not. These cheery, knowledgeable people in hats have been nothing but helpful and informative.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — The Deschutes National Forest will be closing Cinder Hill and Little Crater Campgrounds, including the boat launches, day use areas and trailheads in those recreation sites, next Monday for Shield project operations.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — High water along Raystown Lake in Hungtindon County has forced the closure of several boat launches, nearby parking areas and some campgrounds, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Thursday.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — With the end of summer rapidly approaching, there are only a few weeks left to complete your summer camping bucket list. Nestled in between the historic Georgetown and the town of Grant is Guanella Pass.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — After 2,000 road miles, three national parks, five campsites, and three junior ranger patches, we are back at home in Boulder, Colorado.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — When I arrived I found generators buzzing. The couple of dozen dogs in attendance were barking. Children lapped the campground loops on pink bikes and tricycles. The place sponsored a musician — with an amplifier — that ran well into quiet hours.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — Our August camping trip took us to Florida’s panhandle and a state park called Topsail Hill Preserve, 10 miles east of Destin. The park gets its name from the tall sand dunes that rise up to 25 feet–much like a ship’s sail. We had heard a lot about this park from other campers so we wanted to check it out.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — We love fall for many reasons — the cool, crisp air, warm beverages and cozy sweaters are just a few. But perhaps the most memorable moment of fall is the changing of the leaves as trees suddenly burst with hues of fiery red and orange and warm yellow and gold.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — Wheel Estate is a peer-to-peer RV trailer sharing marketplace.

(Sept. 14, 2018) — General Motors Co. is recalling 1.205 million pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles worldwide due to issues with a temporary loss of power steering.

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