(March 12, 2013) — On Monday, the Cape Coral City Council voted to allow recreational vehicle parks in the city, paving the way for a nearly 200 acre luxury RV resort, writes The News-Press.

(March 12, 2013) — Sun Communities, Inc. yesterday announced that it plans to offer 4,500,000 shares of its common stock in an underwritten registered public offering.

(March 12, 2013) — On Monday morning, Vic Stacy was honored during Brown County Commissioners Court for assisting an Early police officer in July during the deadly shootings at Peach House RV Park, reports KTXS.

(March 11, 2013) — A 12-year-old Lewes boy has been charged with arson in connection with a camper trailer fire at the Tall Pines Campground on Thursday, reports the Sussex Countian.

(March 11, 2013) — The Sunshine Coast Daily reports despite having more than a meter of rain dumped on it so far this year, country retreat Gordon Country in Australia is still open for business.

(March 11, 2013) — Last week, the Sidney Herald Leader reports it was clear the developer, Richland Partners LLC, has some hurdles to clear – from the state right down to neighboring residents – before a project near Sidney, Mont. can move on.

(March 11, 2013) — Can-Can girls, dressed in blazing pink, emerald green, or flashy glittery dresses, were part of the entertainment Tuesday at Fun N Sun RV Park’s annual Western Days in San Benito, writes the Brownsville Herald.

(March 8, 2013) — The location, officially named Camping World of Valdosta, will offer a wide array of RV sales, service, collision, parts and accessories for outdoor enthusiasts in addition to the first co-located, co-branded 150 site campground and rally park for the company. 

(March 8, 2013) — Had it not been for a blanket that shielded Skippy from the flames that gutted her owner’s home early today at the Cozy Cove Mobile Home & RV Park in Windcrest, the newborn puppy might have died, reports the San Antonio Express.

(March 7, 2013) — In Cochrane, Alberta, an open house hosted by Spring Hill RV Park unveiled a number of proposed changes to the park, including plans for a car, semi-truck and RV wash, reports the Cochrane Eagle.

(March 7, 2013) — An news report says the idea that Boy Scouts might need smoke detectors in all of their tents — even the small ones holding just two people — riled up some lawmakers Wednesday.

(March 7, 2013) — It’s hard to imagine spending Halloween at a Christmas-themed campground, but at Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort in Santa Claus, Ind., ghosts, goblins and fun-loving people gather every year for seven weeks of fun.

(March 7, 2013) — The Westerly reports that the signage at Mussel Beach Wilderness Campground in Ucluelet was vandalized earlier this week, according to co-owner Lori Fendelet.

(March 7, 2013) — Twelve years ago Lottie Michael, the senior vice president of Commercial Real Estate Alaska, got an idea to build a RV park in Girdwood, Alaska, and now she’s pressing ahead with her idea, reports the Turnagain Times.

(March 6, 2013) — In Delaware, Sussex County officials are awaiting a review of a traffic impact study by state transportation staff before voting on a proposed RV campground near Lewes, reports the Cape Gazette.

(March 6, 2013) — In preparation for the summer season, tourism businesses including Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort in Spencer County, Ind. are gearing up for the peak season with additions and enhancements.

(March 6, 2013) — Residents of the River View RV Park in Marble Falls are trying to escape choking clouds of concrete dust billowing from the US 281 bridge demolition project, writes The Highlander.

(March 6, 2013) — Hernando Today tells the story of Bob McGlashen, who left Michigan 41 years ago, destined to make a significant change in his life. The newspaper article says he drove as far south as he could go, into central Florida, and found a wooded piece of property and purchased a KOA franchise.

(March 5, 2013) — Athena Real Estate, a real estate investment and advisory firm focused on specialty collateral types, today announced the acquisition of Ohrt’s Mobile Village, an 80-site 55+ hybrid mobile home and RV park located in Sebring, Fla.

(March 4, 2013) — tells the story of a couple who in 1963 bought waterfront land on Stock Island, Fla. and decided to open a campground, renting out spots for trailers, RVs, tents and campers — the original price for a lot was $1.50 per night.


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