(March 1, 2013) — After many months of planning and negotiating with county staff and state officials, developer Randall Henderson has withdrawn his proposal to build an RV park at Okee-Tantie Campground and Marina in Okeechobee, Fla., reports

(March 1, 2013) — A resident of Fairview has gotten past the first hurdle in getting permission to build an RV park near Dunvegan, Alberta but still has a few hoops to jump through, reports the Fairview Post.

(Feb. 28, 2013) — In Utah, the Moab KOA campground will have space for six additional 45-foot RV trailers this summer, reports the Moab Times-Independent.

(Feb. 28, 2013) — The Laconia Daily Sun reports selectmen in Gilford, N.H. agreed to let Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion try offering camping sites on a piece of its property this summer at no more than three events.

(Feb. 28, 2013) — The recent shooting at the Silver Spur RV Park near Silverton comes amid an ongoing debate in the state Legislature about what, if anything, can be done to prevent gun violence, reports the Statesman Journal.

(Feb. 28, 2013) — The voices of opposition led to the tabling of a rezoning request during a Camden County, Mo. Planning and Zoning Commission public hearing this month, reports the Lake Expo.

(Feb. 27, 2013) — KXAN reports Monday’s strong winds fueled a fire that destroyed several small cabins at Camp Lost Pines in northern Fayette County, Texas.

(Feb. 27, 2013) — The Albany Democrat Herald reports that the gunman who wounded one person at the Silver Spur RV Park in Silverton on Monday was evicted from the park last week after making threats.

(Feb. 27, 2013) — At Monday night’s city council meeting, an amendment to an ordinance that currently does not allow the construction of RV parks within the city limits of Cape Coral, Fla. was introduced, reports

(Feb. 27, 2013) — “Higher! Shake it! Shake it!” the audience shouted as the Can-Can girls, dressed in blazing pink, emerald green, or flashy glittery dresses danced around on stage. The Valley Morning Star reports the dance line was part of the entertainment at Fun N Sun RV Resort annual Western Days.

(Feb. 27, 2013) — The Meadville KOA Campground in Pennsylvania is celebrating 35 years of serving camping families. Located 7 miles east of Meadville on Route 27, this one-time fish hatchery and auction barn is now a highly rated, award-winning KOA Campground.

(Feb. 26, 2013) — A unidentified man, described as armed with a rifle and two handguns, was fatally shot in a gun battle with officers on Monday after he wounded another man at the Silver Spur RV Park in Silverton, reports the San Antonio Express.

(Feb. 26, 2013) — Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan is selling its York Township site, which had been losing money. reports

(Feb. 26, 2013) — The Produce News says every child that has received a grant from Katie’s Krops, a non-profit focused on empowering kids to plant vegetable gardens and donate the harvest to the underserved in their communities, is eligible to apply for a spot at the first-ever Katie’s Camp.

(Feb. 26, 2013) — As a former camper, counselor and teen tour leader, a St. Louis Post-Dispatch correspondent says she believes camp – of course, with the right fit – is a priceless gift. In an article, she explains why and how to pay for camp.

(Feb. 26, 2013) — Everything you need to know about camping in the Granite State can be found in the newly released N.H. Campground Owners Association 2013 New Hampshire Camping Guide.

(Feb. 25, 2013) — Two Knoxville businessmen expect a new Norris Lake resort, that includes a full-service marina, RV park and floating restaurant, to become a favorite spot for locals and a destination stop for vacationers from nearby states, writes the Knoxville News Sentinel.

(Feb. 25, 2013) — Camping and RVing enthusiasts who stay at Flying Flags RV Resort & Campground on March 17 will have a variety of food and wine onsite as the resort hosts the first Buellton Wine & Chili Festival in California.

(Feb. 25, 2013) — When Pat and Lee Valsvik retired, they spent a few years traveling and staying in apartments. But “in apartments, people go in, shut the door and they’re done for the night,” Pat said. So they bought an RV and set out to find a park that would allow both travel and socialization, reports the Arizona Republic.

(Feb. 22, 2013) — Mac McCoy, also known as “Mac the Fire Guy” is traveling through Lake Havasu City and offering expertise on RV fire safety — free of charge, reports Today’s News-Herald.


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