In addition to highlighting California’s “quaint, quirky and downright adorable small towns,” the free guide features unique road trip ideas for both California and parts of Nevada with a focus on 13 caving destinations as well as eclectic music, food, wine and outdoor recreation events.
David Schenck will assume the positions of membership director and annual camping guide director as well as co-director of the annual convention and trade show. He works as the southwest sales producer for Leavitt Recreational Insurance.
The guide features write-ups on 40 campgrounds and includes a two-page travel planning map as well as a grid that allows consumers to quickly see which campgrounds offer 26 different types of amenities and services.
For the quarter ended Dec. 31, total revenues increased $32.0 million, or 13.2 percent, to $274.0 million compared to $242.0 million for the same period in 2017. Net income attributable to common stockholders was $9.0 million, or $0.11 per diluted common share, for the quarter ended Dec. 31, as compared to net income attributable to common stockholders of $7.4 million, or $0.09 per diluted common share, for the same period in 2017.
Oregon set a record for the number of campers at state parks last year, and the number of day-use visitors was the second-highest ever, according to a report by the state’s Parks and Recreation Department.
Several residents at the campgrounds in Lebanon are evacuating as the Sinking Creek continues to rise.
While the government shutdown dragged on last month, the National Park Service made headlines for our decision to use unspent fee revenues to fund basic operations at many national parks. Some questioned the use of such revenues to operate parks, raising an important yet often overlooked question: How should parks use fees?
“The City is considering whether to surplus drainage utility land within the Green River Natural Resources Area (GRNRA), up to a maximum of 66,000 square feet in size, and contiguous to the KOA’s southern property boundary, in exchange for:
The couple who operate Prineville Reservoir Resort want out of their lease with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, and the RV campground won’t open this summer.
Crews took advantage of dry weather Tuesday to work on another phase of a multi-year project to improve amenities at Seneca Lake. In a sense, a portion of the lake’s shoreline is shifting north as fill is added to another part of the lake.
The decision came at the commission’s Feb. 12 meeting at the Oakhurst Community Center. The proposed park would feature RV sites, cabins, and camping sites and could lodge between 250 to 850 people per day, according to a Madera County staff report of the park plans.
A new RV park is opening this summer by the western entrance of Glacier National Park. They will have full-service RV sites and modern cabins just across the Middle Fork of the Flathead River, less than a mile from the entrance gates. The RV park will also be within walking distance to the shops and restaurants in West Glacier Village.
“Each opportunity on the Top 100 list has strong growth potential,” he explained. “Not only are these opportunities among the very best in the industry; they also offer a solid investment.”
Yield management isn’t implemented because nobody wants to be the first one to do it. Most park operators won’t raise their rates without “anonymously” calling every campground within 50 miles and getting their rates. Then the goal is to be $2 below the highest one!
This year’s Memorial Day weekend is May 24 through May 27. Campsite reservations can be made three months prior to visiting, making this a good time to start planning a trip to a state park.
Ideas on how to improve state parks and facilities such as Misquamicut State Beach and Charlestown’s East Beach and Burlingame State Campgrounds will be sought during a meeting hosted by the state Department of Environmental Management scheduled for Wednesday from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in Council Chambers at Town Hall.
The board of supervisors authorized a special-use permit for a controversial campground and RV park in Union Hall.
The club signed a 25-year lease last year with the Town of Nanton to operate the campground, and the Lions made many improvements to the site in the first year.