The Latest RV Park and Campground Briefs
From the Casper Star-Tribune:
The Sheep Herder Hill fire has destroyed six structures and burnt 500 acres since it ignited Sunday (Sept. 9) on the southeast side of Casper Mountain. An estimated 400 people have been evacuated from residences and campgrounds as the wildfire spread across the southeast portion of the mountain. At least 60 firefighters are working to contain the blaze, and more are expected to arrive today. They will face hot and windy conditions.
America’s Best Online has ranked St. Joseph Peninsula State Park in North Florida No. 1 among the nation’s state parks.
The park is located in Gulf County near Cape San Blas, midway between Apalachicola and Panama City.
A decade ago, the park and its beaches were voted best in America.
The 2,516-acre park has striking dune formations, miles of white sand beaches and deep forests – and it’s all bordered by the tranquil waters of St. Joseph Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. You can camp here, park your RV, launch a boat, go fishing, biking, hiking, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding.
From the Gettysburg Times:
Jim Rogers, CEO of Kampgrounds of America Inc. (KOA), is inviting members of the Adams County business community to a luncheon on Wednesday (Sept. 12) at 11:15 a.m.
Rogers will speak about the power of customer service and how a happy customer can be a company’s best advertising. Owners and employees of all Adams County businesses are invited to this event, which will be held at Comfort Suites, 945 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg.
The Family Motor Coach Association’s (FMCA) 87th Family Reunion and Motorhome Showcase drew 1,849 coaches last week to the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis.
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