While effective at reducing holding tank odors, formaldehyde also kills the beneficial bacteria used to digest human waste in septic systems. When too much formaldehyde-laden waste is dumped into septic systems, it can cause the septic systems to fail and potentially contaminate groundwater supplies.
Photo: South Bend / Elkhart North KOA | Jeff Dow, Courtesy of KOA More North Americans are clearly camping each year, but how many more? According to a study from the largest campground chain Kampgrounds of America (KOA), more than 7.2 million new households in the U.S. have started camping...
The entire state of California is drought-free for the first time since December 2011, and thundering waterfalls have come to life.
Nearly all of the 80+ Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts in the US lie east of I-35 (Duluth MN to Laredo TX) and that’s something the company would like to change. Now celebrating their 50th year, Jellystones are the epitome of family camping. “The family camping market is exploding across...
A franchisee of Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts has decided to exclude tents and pop-up style RVs from its northern Illinois campground.
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts, the nation’s second largest campground chain, is inviting prospective franchise investors and owners to an on-site workshop September 16-17 at its park in Burleson, Texas. The Jellystone Park system, which currently has 84 parks throughout the U.S. and Canada, is targeting the West and Southwest U.S. for expansion.
“Recently, we pulled into a first-come-first-served campground late with no host on duty, and the only site available was the handicap site, so we left and parked at a Walmart. Could we have used the handicap spot?”