Category: Camping

Camping and RV stocks are ‘back in a big way,’ Jim Cramer says

The coronavirus pandemic put a dent in the travel and leisure industry, but one segment of the industry has benefited from the health crisis, according to CNBC’s Jim Cramer.

The “Mad Money” host on Tuesday highlighted an “incredible, stealth bull market” in the recreational vehicle and camping stocks, advising that investors take advantage on a dip in the future.

“I think the pandemic has given the industry a huge long-term boost, but the stocks might pull back as Wall Street realizes that the recession could be longer than they expected and even deeper,” Cramer said. “If you

Seattle suburb OKs camping ban it may not be able to enforce | SiouxlandProud | Sioux City, IA

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FILE – In this Dec. 18, 2020 file photo a sign that reads “This is what community looks like,” sits on top of a pile of debris and belongings at an encampment that was occupied by people lacking housing at Cal Anderson Park in Seattle. An affluent Seattle-area community has approved an ordinance prohibiting camping on public property. The city of Mercer Island says the measure will connect homeless people to shelters, but it might prove hard to enforce because of a federal

Denver City Council Approves Funding for Safe Camping Sites

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In a 10-1 vote, Denver City Council approved allotting $900,000 to existing and future safe-camping sites for people experiencing homelessness through a contract with the nonprofit Colorado Village Collaborative.

“I have heard from massive numbers of my constituents that they think this would be the direction that would be better to go than what we’ve had with unregulated camps,” Councilwoman Robin Kniech said during the February 16 council meeting before voting in favor of the proposal.

The money will help

for family camping holidays, solo adventures and wild camping

Thinking of spending a night under the stars? We’ve rounded up the best tents available right now, whatever kind of trip you’re planning. Read on for our top options, plus a guide to the best places to buy. 



Best tents 2020


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Best tents 2020

As the weather gets warmer, the idea of camping out in the wonders of nature seems a little more practical and pleasant, especially for those with families. A camping trip can have many magical effects, whether it’s to de-stress you after a working week stuck indoors, build new memories, or provide endless entertainment for kids.

Camping in the West? Like Everything These Days, It’s Complicated

The interest can be see in private campgrounds and R.V. sites such as Soledad Canyon, in Acton, Calif., near the San Gabriel Mountains, which offers water and electricity for $73 per day.

“All private parks in California are open and have been all along,” said Dyana Kelley, chief executive and president of CampCalNOW, a trade group for R.V. parks and campgrounds. “The phone has been ringing like crazy.”

For those willing and able to pay more, glamping may be an option. Seven miles north of Moab, Utah, outside the gradually reopening Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Under Canvas rents