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(Aug. 1, 2013) — The Dallas Morning News reports that about 30 people in jeopardy of losing their homes at the Dallas West Mobile Home/RV Park held a protest Tuesday outside the property manager’s offices.

(July 31, 2013) — “We felt this was a logical move for us,” AGS President Brian Schaeffer said of the site. “We create mobile websites every day for our clients. So we felt it was about time we make our company website mobile as well.”

(July 31, 2013) — The company’s newest websites include, the website for Bishop’s Landing in Willis, Texas;, the website for Quail Springs RV Park in Uvalde, Texas; and, which is being used to market Venice on the Lake in Lake Conroe, Texas.

(July 30, 2013) — “In fiscal 2012, Interior’s lands hosted an estimated 417 million visits. The net economic value of a visit to Interior lands varies depending on the activity. For fiscal 2012, value added provided by visitors to Interior sites was estimated to be $24.7 billion, economic output was estimated to be $45 billion and about 372,000 jobs were supported.

(July 30, 2013) — On Monday, a Franklin man was arrested for allegedly firing a gun in Brown County State Park in Nashville, reports The Brown County Democrat.

(July 30, 2013) — Santa’s Splash Down WaterPark at Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort in Santa Claus, Ind., opened last week. The new water park features a total of five water slides including two that were previously owned by nearby Holiday World Theme Park & Splashin’ Safari Water Park.

(July 30, 2013) — Camper’s Hill Campgrounds in Wattsburg is marking its 50th anniversary this summer, writes A four-day reunion is planned for Aug. 15-18 that will celebrate the family-run operation’s history and traditions.

(July 30, 2013) — “Michigan is lucky enough to have four seasons that boast unique colors, weather, and activities. In an RV, you can experience it all, while still keeping the comforts of home,” said spokesperson Miranda Christen. “Affordability, quality time with your family, and the opportunity to encounter all that Michigan has to offer are just some of the great things about RVing.”

(July 29, 2013) — “We were touched and overwhelmed by your generosity, and with your help again this year, we’re hoping to raise the bar in our second summer of fundraising,” said Bennett. “It’s CONY’s 50th anniversary as an association this year, so we’re aiming for $50,000 in our 50th!”  

(July 29, 2013) — Miami Everglades Resort, a Legacy RV Resort, recently provided a tropical background for the recent filming of scenes for a new Latin soap opera by Venevison Productions, according to resort manager Barbara Slifer.

(July 29, 2013) — Ocean Lakes Family Campground, located in Myrtle Beach, S.C., will host the 15th Annual Premier Bluegrass Weekend on Friday, Aug. 23, and Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013. The event is open to all guests staying at the campground.

(July 26, 2013) — The recent arrival of two new deluxe cabins at the Victoria/Coleto Creek Lake, Texas KOA has caused quite a stir among campers, according to a press release from KOA.

(July 26, 2013) — “The recent opening of another RV park in the Paso Robles area is no surprise,” said Grapeline Wine Tours owner John Kelliher. “Each of the three wine regions we serve has bustling RV parks, and in our experience, proximity to the wineries is the primary draw.”

(July 25, 2013) — County officials and the U.S. Forest Service closed the Broken Blade, Twisted Arrow and Pima Loops areas of the Table Mountain Campgrounds near Wrightwood, a small mountain town northeast of Los Angeles. The squirrel tested positive Tuesday, NBC reported.

(July 25, 2013) — Two new RV parks have joined the Enjoy America network, the company announced today.They are Indian Creek in Buffalo Valley, Tenn., and Whispering Palms in Tucson, Ariz.

(July 25, 2013) — Hallmark of Kansas City filmed a short story this week at Basswood Resort in Platte City.

(July 24, 2013) — The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) has launched a member benefit program with New Holland Agriculture that can save park operators up to 40 percent on purchases of tractors, backhoes and other utility vehicles, ARVC announced today.

(July 24, 2013) — The first recreational vehicle camp has settled down at Kunming Dianchi National Tourist Resort in Kunming, the capital city of southwest China’s Yunnan Province, reports

(July 23, 2013) — Brother and sister duo, Josh Patt and Samantha Patt Kozak, recently purchased their father’s interest in Lake Raystown Resort and continue to operate the more than 400-acre property that includes a 52-room lodge, 79 cabins and villas, 221 RV sites, a 650 slip marina, the Wild River Water Park and a 22,000-square-foot state-of-the-art conference center.

(July 23, 2013) — “The spending bill proposes more than $5 billion in cuts to our nation’s public lands and waters,” said Hugelmyer. “However, consumer spending on outdoor recreation directly generates $80 billion in federal, state and local tax revenue. It simply does not make sense to cut funding for programs that generate a return for the local and national economy.”


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