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6/25/2024 |  Report: Glamping Continues to Increase in Popularity in 2024 (SGB UPDATE) Kampgrounds of America, Inc. (KOA) latest report on glamping as part of the annual Camping and Outdoor Hospitality Report series finds glamping continuing to grow in popularity with 34 percent of new campers identifying as glampers.
Key findings include:
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6/19/2024 |  Report: Solo Camping Continues Upward Trend (SGB UPDATE) In 2023, 29.8 percent of campers camped alone at least one night, according to The Dyrt’s 2024 Camping Report.
“Almost everybody’s very first camping experience is a group outing with friends or family,” commented The Dyrt founder Sarah Smith. “But once you become a seasoned camper and realize you can handle it solo, enjoying the great outdoors alone becomes a real possibility. There’s a certain peace and tranquility that can only be found when alone with nature. It’s powerful, and more and more campers are tapping into that.”
4/24/2024 |  Report: Camping Sentiment Up in 2024 Despite Inflation Concerns (SGB UPDATE) RMS North America released its annual State of the Industry Report, suggesting that camping sentiment is up across the board despite ongoing concerns about inflation.
The company, a provider of reservation and property management systems to the outdoor hospitality industry, said in a release that this year’s report examines all adult generations, from Gen Z to Baby Boomers, and offers insight into how each group approaches camping differently. 
RMS North America conducted independent research on campers ages 18 to 60-plus, collecting data on the differences between generations, but also found similarities. While some thought the pandemic’s camping craze would dwindle, the demand for outdoor travel and recreation remains strong across the board.
3/29/2024 |  Oregon Campers More Likely to Camp Alone and for Free (SGB UPDATE) The Dyrt, the app for camping availability, photos and reviews, reported in its 2024 Camping Report that one-third (33.5 percent) of Oregon campers camped alone in 2023, higher than the 12 percent national average.
Also, nearly three-quarters of Oregon campers found free camping in 2023, or 16 percent greater than the U.S. average. For this year’s annual report, The Dyrt, based in Portland, OR, took a closer look at three West Coast camping states — Oregon, California and Washington.
3/1/2024 |  EXEC: Yeti’s New Head of Softgoods Talks Next Steps with Mystery Ranch (SGB UPDATE) SGB Executive caught up with Yeti’s new head of softgoods this week after the news of his hire and the subsequent report that the cooler and drinkware brand was getting more serious about their packs and bags business. How serious? Well, for starters, they hired a great packs and bags guy in Layne Rigney, the former Board member of Sea to Summit, CEO of Osprey Packs and president at Camelbak after earlier years at Franklin Resource Group, PowerBar and RockShox.

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