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Okla. RV Ranch Hosts Tractor Pull Event

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Tulsa RV Ranch in Beggs, Okla., is hosting the Outlaw Super Nationals Tractor Pull today (May 29) and tomorrow, the Tahlequah Daily Press reported. “It will be a night to remember,” said Morgan Madison, marketing and events director at the Ranch. “We promise an exhilarating rush of adrenaline and amusement.” Showcasing trucks and tractors, the event promises to be fun for everyone, not just motor-sports fans, according to Madison. For the full story, click here.   Share this:LinkedInEmailFacebook Read More →

Tenn. Marina, RV Park Upgrades Coming

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A proposal for an upgraded 28-acre marina and new recreational vehicle park east of Winged Deer Park just off the Bristol Highway is making its way through the Washington County, Tenn., procedural process, the Johnson City Press reported. Serenity Cove Marina and RV Park would remain on 3,000 feet of Boone Lake frontage and be the closest marina to Johnson City. It also is near a high-traffic area. The property includes a restaurant, two rental houses, 80 boat slips, with room for 300 additional... Read more

Smaller RVs Bringing Younger Campers

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The following is a report appearing in USA Today looking at a trend toward smaller, more maneuverable RVs. Within minutes of pulling into space 12 at the Pismo Coast Village RV Resort, my neighbors rush over to welcome me. Rather, they charge toward my bright green and purple campervan, which is emblazoned with signage promising it “comes with everything … including the kitchen sink.” Jennifer Beall confirms that there is a kitchen sink and a gas cooker and a refrigerator — albeit miniature... Read more

Trappers To Gather At S.D. Campground

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Trappers from the Black Hills of South Dakota and across the country will have the chance to learn numerous trapping and fur-handling techniques, maybe most importantly how not to stink to high heaven, the Rapid City Journal reported. Among the techniques that will be demonstrated is how to skin a skunk without popping one of its glands. The Black Hills will be the host site for the National Trappers Association’s 2015 Western Regional Trapping & Outdoor Expo, which is being held in conjunction... Read more

New Event Campground Opens In Colo.

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A special events campground is now open in Grand Junction, Colo., the Grand Junction Free Press reported. The Camp, located at 171 Dike Road near Connected Lakes State Park, has 57 campsites just minutes from downtown Grand Junction and the Tabeguache and Lunch Loops Trail system. “We wanted a convenient place for visitors of our outdoor recreation events to be able to stay and play,” said Kevin Bray, co-owner of The Camp. “We will be open in conjunction with numerous events throughout the... Read more

Bill Would Help Remove Problem Guests

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The New York Senate passed a bill that would help campgrounds remove disruptive campers, television station WVNY reported. The bill would allow campgrounds and campground owners to provide for the removal of people from a campground when they create a disturbance or violate a law. It would also allow the return of pre-paid fees and the disposal of property belonging of people who are removed from a campground or who abandon items at a campground. “Camping is a wonderful vacation especially important... Read more

RV Resort’s Developer Suing Opponents

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A developer planning to build a tourist-friendly RV resort in Virgin, Utah, has sued a group of residents who opposed the project, claiming the residents made defamatory and false statements that have stalled work and lessened the value of the property, the Spectrum reported. Cedar City-based company Zion Sunset Resort is seeking more than $50,000 in damages in its  lawsuit against three Virgin residents as well 20 unnamed John or Jane “Does” who it says have associated together as a “Friends... Read more

Tornado-Hit Okla. RV Park Being Looted

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There’s been a lot of clean up at the Roadrunner RV Park on the south side of Oklahoma City, Okla., but the fencing is still down, which is a problem because people have been walking up and taking things that don’t belong to them, television station KWTV reported. Some people believe because the property of others is now in piles, it’s a free for all. “Every night they were coming in every night. We had security, and they were still getting back there in the back,” said Ray... Read more

Texas Campground Hosts Flood Victims

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Solid Rock Sports Camp and Retreat Center in Eastland County, Texas,  has opened its doors to anyone displaced by the flooding in the Lake Leon area, BigCountryHomepage.com reported. “Solid Rock will open up our Rose Lodges and provide some shelter free of charge,” said Solid Rock Director of Operations Cindy Carlton, “to serve and help anybody that is needing help at this time.” The Rose Lodges are not booked until June 2 and people only need to bring bedding and toiletries. For... Read more

Blanco RV Park Devastated By Flooding

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Just three of 17 RVs at the Blanco Settlement RV Park remain standing. “Scary, scary moment, something I will remember my whole life,” George Davis said. George and Shirley Davis were parked at the RV Park with family members Saturday when the Blanco River started to rise. “We knew it was time to go,” he said. He attempted to move his RV which didn’t start. By the time he stepped outside the water had risen two feet. “You know the old saying, ‘you don’t... Read more

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