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Surf Industry E-News Issue 14

Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer didn’t need shoes, let alone a guide, to get outdoors.That’s not how things are today. Once upon a time, children grew up playing outside: fishing the local creek, riding their bikes or building forts in the woods. But “that’s not the norm anymore,” said Ivan Levin, senior director of programs…

Surf Industry E-News Issue 13

Campgrounds can be one of the worst places to be during severe weather. Spring and summer are the most popular seasons to go camping, but they are also the peak of severe weather. Tents and RV’s don’t provide good shelter from storms as tents are easily blown over and won’t block flying or falling debris….

Surf Industry E-News Issue 12

Whether it’s baby boomers whose lumbars won’t abide sleeping bags on the ground anymore, or millenials who think it’s unreasonable and even dangerous to be out in the woods without access to the Internet, camping has gone upscale. That canvas pup tent in the attic might as well stay there for those who do glamorous…

The Surf News: Volume 2, Issue 2

With water activities, live music, entertainment, food and games, guests got a taste of a little bit of everything offered at the campground over Memorial Day weekend. Despite the rainy weather that drenched the campground, guests still took part in activities and games. Many participated in bingo games on Saturday evening where guests yelled with…

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