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Michael and Kristie Kuper met as teenagers, when he came to work for her father’s RV sales and repair business. Soon the two were working side by side and romance soon followed. In 1981, the same year Kristie’s parents purchased the Thunder Bay, Ontario KOA Kampground, the two celebrated the birth of their first […]
Jef Sutherland, VP of Franchise Operations, presents the Rising Star Award to David Johnson of the Willits KOA Every year, we honor our “rising star”—KOA kampground owners who joined the KOA family less than 5 years ago, have a love of camping and are committed to developing the services and facilities that meet—and exceed kamper […]
You’ll enjoy the taste of autumn in every bite of this delicious bread. 2 cups raw fresh apples, peeled and diced ¾ cups sugar 2 T olive oil 1 egg 1½ cups flour 1½ tsp. baking powder ½ tsp. baking soda 1 tsp cinnamon 1 cup baking raisins or dried cranberries ½ cup chopped walnuts […]
Close your eyes and travel back to a time when you were a kid, outside, staring at the stars. If you were away from the lights of the city, these pinpoints of light seemed almost endless…and at the same time it was like you could reach up and pluck them from the sky and hold […]
One of the best ways to relax, unwind and spend quality time with friends or family is to play a favorite card or board game. So we asked our Facebook friends which ones they enjoyed. For Ann Young, “Yahtzee” was a favorite, while Martha Foley Schaefer reported that “Sorry” had become a family tradition. And […]