(Nov. 17, 2011) -- The Hillsboro Star-Journal reports that the Cottonwood Point campground at Marion Reservoir in Marion has been closed to the public so construction can begin on the first phase of a $7.9 million expansion project.
(Nov. 17, 2011) -- The International Business Times reports that when it comes to family travel, few vacations fit all. Some families are theme park junkies and some are just looking to catch up with friends and relatives. One getaway possibility, Yellowstone National Park, manages to satisfy pretty much everybody.
(Nov. 17, 2011) -- The Rademachers said they heard phenomenal feedback from their campers after adding two horseshoe courts, two ladder ball courts, a 5,500-square-foot dog park, a volleyball court, and organized activities for the kids and adults every weekend, including holiday celebrations, themed weekends and wine tastings.
(Nov. 17, 2011) -- KHBS-KHOG reports that bridges at Blanchard and Barkshed Campgrounds in the Ozark National Forest underwent work recently, but the construction is complete and visitors are welcome at both campgrounds.
(Nov. 17, 2011) -- As of 11 a.m. Thursday more than 3,500 RV industry members and consumers had sent more than 10,500 messages to Congress asking the super committee not to raise taxes on middle class RV owners, Baker said, noting even more responses are needed to send a strong message.
(Nov. 17, 2011) -- Echo RV, a manufacturer of lightweight toy haulers and travel trailers, today announced the addition of Jason Howard as national sales manager. The company also announced it will participate in the National RV Trade Show for the first time.
(Nov. 17, 2011) -- Fire officials are still trying to determine what caused an explosion at the Boise-Meridian RV Resort in Meridian early Thursday, which sent one man to the University of Utah Burn Center in Salt Lake City, reports The Idaho Statesman.
(Nov. 17, 2011) -- "Jeff explored the question about using a portable lift to service multiple locations and questioned if this met the intent and spirit of the law," said Sipe. "The answer was 'No.' Each body of water should be accessible."
(Nov. 17, 2011) -- For nearly two decades, Roger and Linda Reed have led the effort to transform Holtwood Campground in Oconto into a Winter Wonderland. But this is the last year the Reeds will be involved; the couple is stepping down from the organizing committee, reports the Green Bay Press Gazette.
(Nov. 17, 2011) -- Among the changes to the 2012 Keystone Alpine are decors featuring “Ralph Lauren” fabrics, full paint exterior options, larger showers, and a new front lounge floorplan with stadium seating.