“Ben is well positioned to help us continue to be a thought leader on a wide range of policy and regulatory issues that impact Minnesota’s $9 billion hospitality industry,” said Rammer.
(Jan. 15, 2019) — With temperatures dipping into the teens and single digits overnight in Colorado’s mountains, it may not seem overly enticing to start planning an overnight camping trip. But campsite reservations are already up for grabs for the spring and summer.
“The strongest franchise brands are constantly evolving and innovating to keep up with changing trends and technology,” said Feifer, adding that Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts’ position on the 2019 ranking is a testament to its strength as a franchise opportunity.
(Jan. 15, 2019) — Land Lease America, a multi-unit campground owner and operator, announced the launch of LLA Hospitality, an all-inclusive suite of management services for campground owners nationwide. Cody Sauer and Josh Weissenstein, co-founders and principals of Land Lease America, will lead the new offering.
(Jan. 15, 2019) — A number of camping and boat ramp facilities are closed at Sam Rayburn Reservoir and B.A. Steinhagen/Dam B due to the recent rainfall.
(Jan. 15, 2019) — “We believe that the camping space is ready for some innovation and opportunities to further the camping experience,” said Cameron Wyatt, Glamping Resorts co-founder.
Siedlik will be representing the CRS project team in the Iowa and Nebraska territories and will be a recreation solutions resource for complete park planning, the release explained. He will also oversee public and private sector client projects involving Splashpads.
(Jan. 14, 2019) — Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks announced today that the recently closed parks will once again be accessible to visitors.
(Jan. 14, 2019) — Parks Canada has announced that summer season visitors to Kootenay and Yoho national parks will be able to make reservations at more campgrounds this year.
(Jan. 14, 2019) — Some parts of Great Smoky Mountains National Park closed by the partial shutdown of the federal government, including campgrounds and restrooms, have reopened.
(Jan. 14, 2019) — Longtime property owner Martin Costa recently said that he wants an answer soon, and is suspicious that town politics is causing a delayed response.
(Jan. 14, 2019) — There are two kinds of people in this world: Those who take it upon themselves to go to understaffed national parks to keep them clean during the government shutdown, and then those who set up illegal campsites and cut down Joshua trees in the national park of the same name.
Opgrande explained officials found a tractor connected to the initial investigation, but they also found several guns, safes, and cash. He says the raid was stalled due to an exotic pet on the property.
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