Monday, April 28, 2008

Report offers recommendations to create, maintain and expand recreational vehicle park development in B.C.

“It is fantastic,” said Dubois, who owns and operates Summerland Campground and RV Park in Trout Creek, when commenting on the report released last week. Dubois also sits on the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association board.

The report, prepared by a joint industry/government working group, includes 15 recommendations to create, maintain and expand recreational vehicle park development in B.C.

“To remain competitive, B.C. needs a variety of overnight accommodations for our visitors,” said Stan Hagen, minister for tourism, sport and the arts.

“With our spectacular natural environment and diverse outdoor recreation activities, B.C. is the ideal destination for camping and RVing. This report is the first step in preparing British Columbia to become the leader in this growing tourism sector.”

The report points to the loss of overnight RV sites.
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