Woodall Publications Corp., producer of the most comprehensive and reliable campground directories available, this week announced the release of its “2010 North American Campground Directory.” New for 2010 are full-color maps for all states and provinces and the addition of GPS coordinates and physical addresses on select listings.
The directory outlines driving directions, locator maps, site widths, overnight fees and handicap accessibility for campgrounds and recreational vehicle parks across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Organized by region and then by state or province, each travel section begins with an at-a-glance chart outlining which parks welcome big rigs, pets and are Internet friendly (Wi-Fi parks are specially marked) to make identification of preferred amenities quick and easy, according to a news release.
The 2010 directory, which is printed on recycled paper, includes more than 309,999 updates and changes to provide outdoor enthusiasts the most reliable travel information, highlighting attractions and points of interest to make planning an RV vacation simple.
Each privately owned campground is personally inspected and rated by a Woodall’s field representative team.
“Woodall’s continues to provide today’s smart travel enthusiast with easy to access and trusted information,” said Joe Daquino, senior vice president, Affinity Media, the parent company for Woodall Publications. “The 2010 Campground Directory and its multimedia components are the most comprehensive outlets for road or RV travel planning, allowing our readers to create the best vacation experience possible.”
Returning again in 2010 is a complimentary CD-ROM that features all campgrounds, RV parks, service centers and attractions found in the print version. The CD is in a searchable format that does not require an Internet connection â€” ideal for research while on the road.
Woodall’s popular “One Tank Trips” also return in 2010 with approximately 70 suggested trips to take throughout North America by personal automobile or RV. The trips pack a punch, but won’t break the fuel budget for travelers wishing to hit the open road.
In addition to the comprehensive North American edition, Woodall’s offers nine regional campground guides, including the Eastern & Western editions and individual regional guides: Far West, Frontier West & Great Plains, Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic, New York/New England, the South and Canada. To further assist RVers, Woodall’s offers an RV Owners Handbook, Camping and RVing with Dogs and two cookbooks: “Cooking on the Road with Celebrity Chefs” and “Campsite Cookbook.” Also available is the Woodall’s Extended Stay Guide to help RVers find places to park and RV for a month or a season. This guide is included in each edition of the Campground Directory.
Woodall’s is the official directory of the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), Family Campers & RVers, Camp Club USA, NASCAR and Camping World President’s Club. Woodall’s also partners with the Escapees Full Timers Club and the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC), while Camping Life Magazine is the Woodall’s monthly family camping magazine.
The “2010 North American Campground Directory” is available now at bookstores, RV dealers and Camping World stores. To purchase the directory online or for more information on Woodall’s and its publications, call (800) 323-9076 or visit www.woodalls.com.