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Most State Parks Report Camping Increase in 2009

Originally Published in MotorHome Magazine

A new survey of state parks by the National Association of State Park Directors has some very encouraging news for the camping and RV industry.

For 28 state park systems reporting on camping activity for
calendar year 2009, all but one reported an increase in camping. Hawaii
was the sole exception — and the state has experienced a very
significant drop in tourism. The average increase in campground stays
for 2009 over 2008 for the 28 states was 7.38%, according to a
preliminary report issued by Philip McKnelly, NASPD executive director.

The same states also reported a significant increase in overall
state park visitations with just two states – New Jersey and Arkansas –
reporting declines. The overall increase in visits for 2009 was 6.94%.
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