Campers: What is the RV Park and Campground Industry Doing with Coronavirus

Campers: What is the RV Park and Campground Industry Doing with Coronavirus

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  1. Mike and Leslie Ouellette on March 16, 2023 at 9:44 am

    This is a bit of a simplistic view of the entire situation. Unless you don’t need fuel, supplies, groceries and such, you will need to interact with human beings. That is where infection can occur and the virus spreads. What nations are trying to do at this time is limit the spread of the Corona virus and the best way that can be done if as many people as possible stay put for as long as possible. For the greater good of everyone, including those of us that have compromised health situations, it might be wise to stay in one spot. This isn’t hysteria. These are facts. Just offering a more balanced view, hopefully. Stay safe everyone!

  2. Kathy Fann on March 16, 2023 at 9:49 am

    Yes I don’t like staying home and if food was in the stores I would have left. But there is not.

  3. BFerry10 on March 16, 2023 at 9:52 am

    It is certainly advisable to not travel if you are not feeling well. The problem is that you are a vector for this disease infecting others days before you feel bad

  4. Loving Idaho on March 16, 2023 at 9:58 am

    most rv parks are closing

  5. Rick W on March 16, 2023 at 10:00 am

    Just saw that Florida is closing state parks. Here is the Link:

  6. Sean Maggi on March 16, 2023 at 10:02 am

    good stuff brother, glad you are putting the information out there. thankful these places are still open, being a full timer, we got nowhere else to go.

  7. Ger Ger on March 16, 2023 at 10:21 am

    Many of my RV friends , either full-time or part-time are turning around and coming home or roosting with family members. Times are just too risky, today, is bed wetting era,,,,,,RVer’s afraid of running out of gas, long gas lines, no gas, no food, no propane, etc,,,,,Really question if they’re going to get full service medical attention, cause being Nomads status on the road. Feel that medical attention is going to have too many red tape ghostly issues, would rather be parking in place and getting some kind of permanent address, so they don’t take the risk of dying, virus stroke, or just because of lack of neglect of Medical Care on the road.

    RVs could be stolen, if family is hospitalized for long time!!!! Many police /Sheriff agencies are not giving full service, afraid that their RVs could be stolen or looted, and do not want to lose their life savings or fears of rape etc. Times are tough. We are in a war, and Wars can be ugly, now USA has a lot of unknown ghosts ahead of us. Some are driving 24/7, just to get home, in case it came down with that virus, they did not know if it would be crippling or not, and want to be able to drive their units home, but many gas stations now are closing down. Fuel is going to be hoarded and stolen before long. Some RV friends have breached units, as repair facilities’ are either not open or cannot get supplies for needed repairs.

    Permanent residents are house bound and limited staple and services, only gets more complex for the nomads. Country is mis managed, even creates additional RV issues which are incomprehensive.

  8. Tom Hman on March 16, 2023 at 10:32 am

    The camping industry? No one should be moving around at this time. Allowing people to come to a area they are not from is irresponsible. Nobody ever said campers are smart. This proves it.

  9. Jeffrey Sanford Sr on March 16, 2023 at 10:39 am

    Stay At Home!!! Don’t be a spreader.

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