Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Canadians Still Camping South of the Border

Cape May County Herald - NJ, United States
In a few weeks, U.S. campgrounds will be filled with vacationing Canadians undaunted by high gas prices.

Dave Robinson, and his wife Maggie, owners of Holly Shores Campground on Route 9, told the Herald the Canadian dollar is stronger than the American dollar, which is an advantage for Canadians visiting the U.S.

“They are used to high gas prices. They have had them for years, so the fuel is not going to stop them from coming in,” he said. “I know for a fact our campground is full for July and August with French Canadians primarily.”

At press time, the gas price in Canada was equal to $6 per gallon although in Canada, where it is sold in liters.
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