In southeast Missouri, there is an indiscriminate little town with a quaint little ice cream shop, one gas station and a host of antique and flea shops? One would think it strange to have so many of these shops in such a small town, but a broader look at the map would reveal that this town is on the route to one of the midwest’s largest tourist hotspots – Branson! About 5 years ago, the department of transportation, in an effort to save travelers the 35 mph slow down, bypassed this little town with a new highway. Many of the small shops along that business route simply could not handle the change, and thus closed the doors.
The camp experience has evolved over the years to remain relevant to an ever-changing society. The question is – who will survive the regulatory climate of this “relevant new world?” Continue reading “Camping’s Uncertain Future – The Growing Regulatory Demand” »