‘WFR Passport’ Improves WiFiRanger’s Usability

WiFiRanger announced that WFR Passport has been embedded in every WiFiRanger product, improving performance and usability at hundreds of RV parks and state campgrounds across the country. According to a press release, WFR Passport enables a seamless connection, eliminating the need to log in at many of the nation’s parks, and automatically locating the fastest connection offered […]

Outdoor ‘Roundtable’ is Lobbying Trump’s Team

The new Outdoor Recreational Industry Roundtable recently released its second white paper, shared with the President-Elect Donald Trump’s transition team, outlining the necessary expanded access to public lands and waters in order to grow and diversify outdoor recreation in the U.S. According to a release, some of the key asks in the access white paper include: […]

Airstream Basecamp Lets RVers ‘Explore Nature’

There’s nothing quite like a shiny, jet-age Airstream trailer. Towing one behind your vehicle, or simply parking one in your driveway, says that you appreciate classic, 20th-century, cutting-edge design. Business Insider reported that the original Airstream — a sleek, shimmering object of rolling art — was introduced in the 1930s. The lineup has grown over […]

Covercraft Industries & ADCO Form Partnership

Covercraft Industries announced that it has partnered with ADCO Products, a supplier of RV covers and protections accessories. According to a press release, the expanded platform will allow the businesses to cross-merchandise existing products into each of their respective markets. “We are excited to partner with the Covercraft team. Covercraft’s experience as the leader in vehicle protection […]

Obama Designates Two New National Monuments

U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack Wednesday (Dec. 28) joined tribes, members of Congress, state and local officials, and local business and community leaders in applauding President Obama’s designation of the Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah and the Gold Butte National Monument in southeastern Nevada. According […]

NPS Updates Rules For Donations, Partnerships

The National Park Service (NPS) updated its guidelines for donations and philanthropic partnerships, clarifying how and where donors can be acknowledged and expanding the range of partner opportunities, including with individuals and start-ups, but also corporations that produce or distribute alcohol. As reported by National Parks Traveler, naming rights in parks still will not be […]

Labor Market Still Strong as Jobless Claims Fall

The number of Americans applying for new unemployment benefits fell last week, remaining at a low level consistent with a healthy U.S. labor market. The Wall Street Journal reported that initial jobless claims, a proxy for layoffs across the U.S., decreased by 10,000 to a seasonally adjusted 265,000 in the week ended Dec. 24, the […]

Thousands of Winter Texans are Heading South

Winter has definitely hit western Canada with a wallop, but campgrounds, RV parks and resorts from Dallas to the Rio Grande Valley are keeping busy as thousands of “Winter Texans” make their way into the Lone Star State from the U.S. Midwest and western Canada. According to a report by RV West, Texas has a […]