(June 13, 2012) -- On Tuesday, a van rolled down a hill and broke through the back wall of the Redding RV Park's office building. Park owner Dave Green said the van had been connected to a motorhome at the top of the hill, reports the Record-Searchlight.
(June 13, 2012) -- The Forest Service is studying the possibility of adding two campgrounds at Mount St. Helens. HeraldNet reports that the Forest Service wants an overnight facility near the Science and Learning Center at Coldwater as a means for visitors to extend their stays.
(June 13, 2012) -- Growing numbers of Europeans are renting RVs and visiting popular tourist destinations in California. But one place many of them visit at some point during their stay is Dockweiler Beach RV Park in Playa del Rey. “It’s the only LA County campground on the beach,” said Jose Mata.
(June 13, 2012) -- On Tuesday, 44-year-old Jimmy Tebeau pleaded guilty in federal court to one felony charge of maintaining a drug-involved premises. He allegedly facilitated the sale of cocaine, marijuana, LSD, psychedelic mushrooms, Ecstasy and opium at Camp Zoe, a Shannon County campground, reports the Southeast Missourian.
(June 13, 2012) -- Fifteen sites at the Heritage Hills Campground in Liberty will be auctioned Friday with a minimum bid of $1 each. County commissioners said the "blow out" sale is designed to sell the lots and return them to the property tax rolls, reports the Palladium-Item.
(June 13, 2012) -- MyrtleBeachOnline.com writes that Cypress Camping Resort, a new camping resort along the Intracoastal Waterway in Myrtle Beach, has opened and aims to cater to those who want an amenity-filled camping experience without the hustle and bustle of the beachfront.
(June 13, 2012) -- The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit yesterday vacated the EPA's interim final rule on the use of non-conformance penalties (NCPs). The EPA's interim rule allowed engine manufacturers to pay NCPs in order to sell diesel engines with emissions levels above 0.20g NOx.
(June 13, 2012) -- The Herald Zeitung writes that one of New Braunfels' major tourist attractions is the number of campgrounds found in and just outside the city. And those campgrounds make sure to provide guests with as much as possible.
(June 13, 2012) -- Through a new partnership between the Stockton Delta KOA, Phoenix, Ariz.-based Cavco Industries and West Sacramento-based Reliable Home Solutions, a dozen luxurious park model vacation cabins are being sold at prices ranging from the mid $40,000 to the mid $60,000 range. The Stockton Delta KOA is the first KOA campground in the western United States to sell brand new versions of its popular vacation deluxe cabins.
(June 13, 2012) -- Few brings to Lippert extensive experience in the RV industry, as well as automotive and architectural design skills, the company noted in a press release. He will focus on state-of-the-art technology and automation to create innovative, high-quality RV products by utilizing newly-developed proprietary machinery, tooling and assembly operations.