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Camping World Announces Entry Into North Dakota with Agreement to Acquire Outlet Recreation

Camping World Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CWH) (“Camping World”), the nation’s largest network of RV and outdoor lifestyle – centric retail locations, today announced an agreement to acquire the Outlet Recreation dealership based in the Fargo market. This acquisition marks the Company’s first location in North Dakota, with plans for the deal to close in December 2020.

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“We are well-positioned to remain a leader in the RV industry as it continues to evolve,” said Marcus Lemonis, Chairman of Camping World. “The addition of Outlet Recreation in Fargo will allow us to expand our footprint into the state of North Dakota while continuing to deliver a high standard of customer service and integrity in the industry.”

Located in West Fargo, ND off I-94, Outlet Recreation offers a wide range of new and used travel trailers, fifth wheels and motorhomes from top manufacturers and brands. This acquisition is in line with the Company’s future growth plans.

“I’m proud of the network that Camping World has built over the last few years, and we are not even close to reaching our potential,” continued Lemonis. “As we enter our 38th state, we are laser focused on being in all 48 continental states by the end of 2021, which will help us execute our goal of selling RVs seamlessly online, to complement our physical retail locations.”

Camping World currently owns and operates over 160 SuperCenters nationwide, specializing in RV sales and service, RV parts and accessories, outdoor lifestyle products and its entire portfolio of Good Sam products and services. From new strategic acquisitions, new store development and facility upgrades, the Company’s network will continue to expand and evolve while serving its customers’ outdoor, RV and camping needs.

Camping World is always looking for seasoned and professional RV sales associates, technicians, and retail support to assist with locations across the country. Individuals interested in applying for a position with Camping World may visit http://www.campingworldcareers.com/.

About Camping World Holdings, Inc.

Camping World Holdings, headquartered in Lincolnshire, Illinois, is America’s leading recreational vehicle and outdoor retailer, offering an extensive assortment of recreational vehicles for sale, RV and camping gear, RV maintenance and repair, other outdoor and active sports products, and the industry’s broadest and deepest range of services, protection plans, products and resources. Since the Company’s founding in 1966, Camping World has grown to become one of the most well-known destinations for everything RV, with more than 160 locations in 37 states and a comprehensive e-commerce platform. For more information, visit www.CampingWorld.com.

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This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 concerning Camping World and other matters. All statements other than statements of historical facts contained in this press release may be forward-looking statements. Statements regarding our future results of operations and financial position, our capital return strategy, and expected dividend payments are forward-looking

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Camping prohibited on Marinette County-owned land, other outdoor recreation remains available with restrictions

MARINETTE COUNTY, Wis. (WFRV) – Marinette County officials have announced changes to its outdoor recreation plan due to the coronavirus public health emergency.

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According to a Tuesday release, officials are asking those who do not own property in Marinette County, or do not live close enough to travel to the county for a day, to “reconsider visiting Marinette County at this time.”

Marinette County parks will open on May 1, but restrooms and playground facilities will remain closed for the safety of those using the facilities and those cleaning the facilities.

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All camping, lodges, and cabins within the parks will remain closed until further notice. Anyone with a reservation may cancel the reservation without penalty and receive a refund for the reservation fee. If you do not cancel your reservation, county officials say you will receive a refund if the facility is closed at the time of your reservation.

While camping on Marinette County-owned forest lands is prohibited until further notice, all other activities allowed on county land are allowed at this time. Trails to waterfalls will remain open, as will county-owned boat landings.

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All ATV/UTV trails will open on May 1, weather permitting. Marinette County says that many, if not all, of the businesses which support trail users are closed.

Those planning on visiting Marinette County are asked to:

  • Stay home (self-quarantine) if you’re not feeling well.
  • Return to your place of residence if you become ill.
  • Bring enough food and other supplies with you for the extent of your stay.
  • Limit your stops at gas stations and grocery stores while in the County.
  • Practice good hygiene by washing and sanitizing hands often.
  • Plan accordingly, public restroom facilities are limited.

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Marinette County staff say they will continue to monitor the use of county properties. If it is determined that these properties are being improperly used or it becomes necessary to close these properties to have an impact on preventing the spread of coronavirus, additional closures may occur. If you are relocating to the area please bring enough food and supplies with you to allow you to quarantine for a minimum of 14 days.

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Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest closing recreation, camping sites

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The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, which covers more than 1.5 million acres in northern Wisconsin, announced Thursday it was delaying the opening of all recreation sites and campgrounds until further notice.

The move came after Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers directed the Department of Natural Resources to close 40 state parks and recreation sites, mostly in southern Wisconsin. All state park campgrounds had been closed in March. The state is under a safer-at-home order, which allows for only essential travel. 

The CNNF and forest roads remain open for hiking, biking and scenic drives — for people who live in the area — but the following areas are closed until further notice: 

  • Developed campgrounds (any existing reservations for May will be cancelled and will receive refunds) 
  • Dispersed or backcountry camping 
  • Trails (motorized and non-motorized designated trails)
  • Day use areas, including trailheads, picnic areas, boat landings, beaches and the Mountain Fire Lookout Tower
  • Lost Lake Cabins, Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center and Forest Lodge
  • All restroom facilities

Forest service staff had already closed bathroom facilities and removed trash receptacles at recreation sites last week. 

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The forest service said they will continue to monitor the situation and will reopen sites on a case-by-case basis. 

“Personal responsibility is now more important than ever. Let’s all do our part to ensure we are keeping ourselves, our families and our communities safe by being prepared and recreating responsibly,” Paul Strong, forest supervisor on the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, said in a release.

The forest service reminded people to follow social distance and personal hygiene guidelines if they visit the forest, as well as leave-no-trace principles which include carrying out all trash and planning to use the restroom before or after visiting. 

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Camping and Recreation for People with Disabilities


A teen in a life jacket being pushed on a dock by a camp counselor.At Easterseals, we believe that friendship, fun and play pave the way for a full life. That’s why we are so proud to be the largest provider of recreation and camping services for people with disabilities in the United States.

Our accessible and barrier-free camping and recreation programs range from sports and fitness activities to after school play, Saturday-night socials and community outings. Children and adults of all types and levels of ability can experience the joys of singing campfire songs and making s’mores at our  residential and day camps throughout the country.

Access our nationwide camp directory to find an Easterseals camp near you.

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Accessible Camping

A young girl wearing a life jacket by a lake and smilingEasterseals offers both day camps and residential camps for children and adults. These programs serve to let campers discover and explore their interests, values and talents, while also creating lifelong memories, among so many other benefits.

Our 30 camps nationwide offer an array of accessible activities that all campers can enjoy.  Some of these activities include:

  • Water sports
  • Archery
  • Arts and crafts
  • Campfires
  • Horseback riding

Know that Easterseals camps and summer activities provide an opportunity to learn problem-solving skills, make social adjustments to new and different people, learn responsibility and gain new skills to increase self-esteem.

Barrier-Free Recreation

A young boy wearing a harness to rock climbEasterseals provides activities and community outings both on and off site meant to promote fun and socialization – opportunities that may not always be easily accessible to children and adults with disabilities. 

Our affiliates across the country coordinate many recreational activities including:

  • Sports leagues
  • Bingo
  • Adventure activities
  • Dances
  • Aquatics

Contact Easterseals to learn more about the services available in your area.

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