Wi-Fi Demands Push Limits for RV Park Owners

July 21, 2011

This story appeared in the July issue of Woodall’s Campground Management. A decade ago, it was a big deal when somebody showed up at a campground or RV park with a laptop, and parks that offered them wireless Internet or Wi-Fi service were seen as cutting edge, even revolutionary. It’s a different... Read more »

Woodall’s Unveils RV & Camping Copilot Mobile App

Woodalls App Button

July 5, 2011

July 5, 2011 (Ventura, CA) Woodall’s, a Camping World company and the leading brand in campground directories, today announced the launch of RV & Camping Copilot, the most comprehensive campground mobile application available for iPhone and iPad. The free app provides RVers and outdoor enthusiasts... Read more »

Woodall’s, National ARVC Team Up in ‘Green Friendly’ Park Program

Woodalls Plan-It Green

April 22, 2011

In a continuing effort to preserve the environment and to encourage parks to become more eco-friendly, Woodall’s has announced the Woodall’s/ARVC Plan-It-Green “Green Friendly” Park Program. As part of the program, Woodall’s has built and posted an application on its Facebook... Read more »

RV Owners Plan More Trips This Year

Motorhome Travel

April 8, 2011

More than half of RV owners plan to use their RVs more often this spring/summer than they did last year by enjoying frequent weekend vacations and staying closer to home, according to a new survey. The latest Campfire Canvass survey of RV owners reveals that 53 percent intend to use their RV more this... Read more »

Electric Car Owners Use Campgrounds to Re-Charge on Long Trips

RV Park

April 7, 2011

COLLEGE PARK, Md., April 6, 2011 – Cherry Hill Park is probably one of the greenest campgrounds in the country, having made substantial investments in solar panels for water heating and power generation. But two years ago, a visitor from the University of Delaware opened park owner Mike Gurevich’s... Read more »

Staying Outside the Box: Gateway Parks

Gateway Parks

October 10, 2010

Jeanette Copeland-Hood and her husband, Frank, travel extensively  in their 30-foot Winnebago motorhome. But whenever they visit national parks or national forests, they stay only briefly in government-run campgrounds. “Occasionally, we’ll find (government-run) campgrounds with electrical hookups,”... Read more »

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