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After 89 Years, “Always Free” Smoky Mountains Proposes Fee

After 89 Years, “Always Free” Smoky Mountains Proposes Fee

Proposed Smoky Mountains fees may have 89 years of being “always free” going by the wayside with changes coming.

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Believe It Or Not, People Are Still Buying RVs at Breakneck Pace

Believe It Or Not, People Are Still Buying RVs at Breakneck Pace

January and February saw 58,021 new RVs registered with state DMVs. That’s down considerably from last year — 17.8%. But still the second-best January and February on record.

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Camping Is Now Mainstream

Camping Is Now Mainstream

2022 North American camping report reveals that camping accounts for 40% of leisure traveling trips and campers are booking earlier than ever for the year ahead.

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New MPG Standards: Will states ban non-electric RVs? 

New MPG Standards: Will states ban non-electric RVs? 

With new federal MPG standards and states banning the sale of non-electric vehicles as soon as 2030, how will the RV industry be affected?

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IOWA: RV Park Can’t Use Brand-New $65K Septic Field

IOWA: RV Park Can’t Use Brand-New $65K Septic Field

The owner of a newly opened RV park in western Iowa placed a septic field too close to a lake and has been barred from using it

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