Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Business Good for Parks Catering to Campers Staying Closer to Home

At Ozark RV Park in Mountain View, Ark., billed as the ”Folk Music Capital of the World,” owner Andy Rutledge said the 73-site park had the best summer season since he bought the park nine years ago. ”Business has been great,” said Rutledge, whose park is host to many of the musicians who play at the community’s seven music theaters and the nearby Ozark Folk Center State Park.

The park last year added six camping cabins that have been quick to catch on. ”They do real well every weekend,” Rutledge said.

On the western tip of Lake Superior, Ogston’s RV Park, Duluth, Minn., drew a good number of visitors during the summer from the Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
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