You’re yearning to get away for spring break this year, but you’re not ready to hop on a plane. You need a change of scenery, as long as the scenery isn’t full of other people. And you’d like to travel in a COVID-responsible manner. Sound familiar? If that’s you, consider booking an RV vacation this…
The recreational vehicle industry is one of the few businesses that has benefited since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out the January 2021 issue of Surf & Stream Campground’s Industry Newsletter for more on how the RV industry received an unexpected boost from the global pandemic.
More people seem to be discovering camping because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Campsites across the country report they’ve been busy in recent months. Check out more in our December 2020 Surf & Stream Industry Newsletter.
Check out our November 2020 issue of our Surf & Stream Industry Newsletter here.
Check out the latest October 2020 Surf & Stream Industry Newsletter on our website for updates on camping industry news.
Happy Fall Campers! Click here for our September 2020 Surf & Stream Industry Newsletter.
Check out the latest campground industry news in the August issue of our Surf & Stream Industry Newsletter.
A friendly reminder to please make sure you are following the below guidelines when on Surf & Stream Campground property to ensure the safety of all campers and staff. See more industry news in our Surf & Stream Industry Newsletter – July 2020.
It’s nice to see our campers back at the campground again. As a friendly reminder, please make sure you are following the below guidelines when on Surf & Stream Campground property to ensure the safety of all campers and staff. Click here to view Surf & Stream Campground Industry Newsletter – June 2020.
We’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience while we have been closely following the governor on the next steps to safely reopening. The health and safety of our campers is our top priority and while we are slowly returning to normal, this camping season will be a bit different than…