RV, Outdoor Hospitality Industry News for the Week of June 21

ben quiggle Jun 25, 2021
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This is the time of the year when many in the RV park, campground and glamping segments have their noses on the grindstone as campers are hitting the road.

Usually, there is a dip in news during the summer months as the outdoor hospitality industry sits on an autopilot of sorts as park owners deal with campers.

However, COVID-19 seems to have skewed this to some degree. More park owners are reporting that they are working on expansions and other projects during the busy summer months, something that wasn’t done very much in the past.

The top news items for this past week are below.


Flush With Federal Cash, States are Investing in Parks

Blue Water Unveils Plans for 300-Site Park in Conn.

‘Yurts Having a Moment’ Amid a Surge in Glamping

Jenkins Org. Names 2 RV Resort District Managers

Park Expansions Will Be Harder in One Calif. County

KOA: 53M Households Expected to Go Camping in ’21

N.Y. State Parks Launch Loyalty Program for Campers

OIA: Record Outdoor Participation, Challenges Loom

AAA: 48M Americans Plan Independence Day Trip


RV Wholesale Shipments See Another Record-Breaking Month in May

RV Industry Celebrates RVWA’s ‘Drab To Fab’ Reveal Event

RVIA Workshop Offers Tips on Leveraging ‘Actionable Data’

More Than 200 Attend nuCamp’s ‘uCamp21 Teardrop Rally’

Anticipation Building for August RV Aftermarket Conference

NRVTA Announces Expansion of its Texas Training Facility

Winnebago Soars to Record $960.7 Million in Q3 Revenue