RV, Outdoor Hospitality Industry News for the Week of June 7

ben quiggle Jun 11, 2021
North American Camping Report cover

Development news continued to pour in this week as campers have begun pouring into parks across the U.S. and Canada.

I am starting to once again hear chatter about the lack of sites, although the industry is seeing more investment in new construction and expansions than at any other time in its history.

The top news items of this past week are below.

OUTDOOR HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

ARVC Taking Nominations for ‘Board of Dir.’ Positions

ADA Compliance Still a Large Issue for Campgrounds

Nat. Park Visitor Spending Contributed $28.6B in 2020

‘Collective Retreats’ Raises $23M, Plans to Expand

FMCA RV Expo Planned in Gillette, Wyo., July 7-10

PCOA Highlighting Mid-Week Camping Amid Surge

Mindset Expert, Hypnotist to Keynote ARVC’s OHCE

Hipcamp, ‘Pitched’ Partner on Expansion into Canada

Ohio’s Kings Island Delays Opening of $27M RV Park

Harvest Hosts Grows, Adds ‘Boondockers Welcome’

RV INDUSTRY

RVIA to Host Elkhart Event on Owner Demographic Profile

Haig Report Shows Q1 Profits are Booming for Dealerships

RV Tech Institute Announces 1st Trade School Partnership

Nearly Half of Small Businesses Unable to Fill Job Openings

RVDA Releases Exhibitor Information for 2021 Con/Expo

NY Times: RVing Means Never Having to Leave Home, Office

REV Group Inc. Reports Strong Q2; RV Segment Up 108%

Industry’s Recovery Highlights RVIA’s 2020 Annual Report

SSI: Retail Sales Up 134% in April, Sets Record at 62,301

Groundbreaking Set for 135K-Square-Foot inTech RV Facility