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Roanoke Gander Mountain location among 69 nationwide to reopen as Gander Outdoors

All stores planned to be open by the end of June

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(Michael E. Cumpston via Wikimedia Commons)

ROANOKE, Va. – The former Gander Mountain store in Roanoke is set to reopen later this year.

The store will reopen under the new Gander Outdoors banner after Gander Mountain filed for bankruptcy last year.

The Roanoke location, at 8195 Gander Way, is among 69 stores across the country that will reopen, according to a Facebook video posted by Camping World and Good Sam CEO Marcus Lemonis.

Gander Outdoors is a new company created after Camping World purchased the rights to Gander Mountain store locations and the website, according to the Gander Outdoors website.

The plan for these reopened stores is to have distinct departments.

The Legend department will offer hunting and firearms products, the Overton's department will offer everything marine related, while the Erewhon department will contain items related to active sports, camping and outdoors.

Below is a complete list of the stores that will reopen:

  • Alabama
    • Florence
    • Opelika
  • Colorado
    • Parker
  • Florida
    • Ocala
    • Pensacola
    • St. Augustine
    • Tampa
  • Georgia
    • Albany
  • Illinois
    • O Fallon
    • Peoria
    • Rockford
    • Springfield
  • Indiana
    • Fort Wayne
    • Greenfield
    • Indianapolis
  • Iowa
    • Cedar Rapids (Old location)
  • Kansas
    • Wichita
  • Kentucky
    • Bowling Green
    • Paducah
  • Michigan
    • Coldwater
    • Flint
    • Kalamazoo
    • Port Huron
    • Marquette
    • Saginaw
    • Traverse City
    • Utica
  • Minnesota
    • Baxter
    • Bemidji
    • Forest Lake
    • Lakeville
    • Hermantown
  • Missouri
    • Chesterfield
  • New York
    • Kingston
    • Syracuse
    • Tonawanda
  • North Carolina
    • Fayetteville
    • Gastonia
    • Greensboro
    • Monroe
    • Mooresville
    • Winston-Salem
  • Ohio
    • Mentor
    • Niles
  • Pennsylvania
    • Chambersburg
    • Greensburg
    • Johnstown
    • Scranton
    • Williamsport
    • York
  • South Carolina
    • North Charleston
  • Tennessee
    • Jackson
  • Texas
    • Amarillo
    • Fort Worth
    • Spring
    • Tyler
  • Virginia
    • Fredericksburg
    • Roanoke
  • Wisconsin
    • Appleton
    • Baraboo
    • Deforest
    • Eau Claire
    • Green Bay
    • Janesville
    • Kenosha
    • Onalaska
    • Sheboygan
    • Waukesha,
    • Wausau

Joilet, Illinois; Palm Beach Gardens, Florida; Salisbury, Maryland; Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and Houston, Texas are all location that the company is working to reopen in that have not yet been approved, by corporate management.


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