Fresh Data Indicates Camping Interest To Remain High In 2021

Annual North American Camping Report Reveals Impact of COVID-19 on Camping Industry and First-Time Campers

BILLINGS, Mont., April 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Compared to 2019, the proportion of first-time campers across the U.S. grew five-fold, while the number of households that own RVs grew by 2.6 million, according to the latest research from Kampgrounds of America’s annual North American Camping Report. COVID-19 proved a key driver behind the influx of many camping attributes, including the 10.1 million households who camped for the first-time in 2020, of which one-third attributed trying camping due to the belief that it is

Maine officials worry April vacation travels will result in COVID-19 case spike

AUGUSTA, Maine (WABI) – Maine officials are worried that April vacation travels will lead to spikes in the spread of coronavirus, particularly in the state’s schools.



a large air plane flying in the sky: Maine officials are worried that April vacation travels will lead to spikes in the spread of coronavirus, particularly in the state’s schools.


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Maine officials are worried that April vacation travels will lead to spikes in the spread of coronavirus, particularly in the state’s schools.

DHHS Commissioner Jeanne Lambrew is reminding Mainers about current guidelines that are in place for testing and quarantine for out of state travel.

Visiting a state like Florida, for instance, calls for two weeks in quarantine upon your return.

Maine has also sent out rapid tests

PGA Tour to create $40 million bonus pool for stars like Tiger Woods

The PGA Tour has created a lucrative bonus structure that will reward golf’s biggest stars regardless of how they perform on the course, Golfweek has learned. The new system is designed to compensate players who are judged to drive fan and sponsor engagement, like Tiger Woods, Bryson DeChambeau and Rickie Fowler.

Known as the Player Impact Program, the concept is seen as a direct response to Premier Golf League, a proposed splinter tour funded by the Saudi Arabian regime that has tried to lure golf’s biggest names with the promise of a massive guaranteed pay day. PGL has spent years

Incredible American tourist attractions lost forever


America is packed with incredible tourist attractions, but some sadly haven’t been preserved for posterity. Over the centuries, both mankind and Mother Nature have wreaked havoc on the USA’s landmarks, from natural wonders to opulent theaters and monuments. Here we take a look at the greatest American attractions that have been lost forever.




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Arches National Park unfolds across eastern Utah, all rocky red terrain