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7th Annual Canadian RV and Camping Week Registration Now Open

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Camping season is right around the corner, and before another busy season begins, members of the Canadian Camping and RV Council (CCRVC) can now sign up to participate in the Canadian RV and Camping Week happening from May 24 to 29.

The 7th Annual Canadian RV and Camping Week marks the official kickoff of Canada’s camping season. According to CCRVC, the celebration also brings attention to the outdoor recreation lifestyle.

“We invite campgrounds across Canada to sign up to participate in this event, in whatever way suits your business best!” the group said in a members’ newsletter.

The Canadian association will be promoting the Canadian RV and Camping Week to consumers on various media platforms. Canadian operators are also offering promotions and organizing fun-filled events to mark the celebration.

Moreover, CCRVC will be submitting requests for proclamations in the House and several provincial legislatures, putting the spotlight on the camping and RV industry and its economic impact.

Through organizing fundraising activities, park operators can support Care Camps, a non-profit group that helps children with cancer enjoy camping and spending time in nature. The money raised from these activities will help send Canadian children with cancer to medically-supervised camps to build memories and friendships through the great outdoors.

Ideas and step-by-step instructions for organizing fun activities are available at https://carecamps.org/campground

To register and participate in the 7th Canadian Camping and RV Week, click here.

The Canadian RV and camping industry adds over CA$6.2 billion to the economy, employs 67,000 workers, and generates over $3.4 Billion for Canadian tourism.

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