It’s no secret that camping has exploded in the past five years. But how do you make sure campers find your campground?
You’ll of course need a website, some good photos of your property, and a way for people to book campsites.
But how can you advertise your campground to stand out from the competition?
Research shows that quality photos bring in 94% more traffic and can even double the number of reservations.
Here are 4 reasons why better campground photos bring in more business (and 4 tips for better pics).
With the right online tools and strategy, we’ve seen campgrounds double their business in slower months.
Here are 6 ways to get more reservations during shoulder seasons.
Since the pandemic, RVIA reported that 46 million people either went or are planning to go RVing.
But that doesn’t account for the number of people opting to camp by tent, cabin, or even glamping.
To give some context, we dug into our own data as well research from other industry sources.
Here are the 3 ways guests want to camp at your park.
46 million travelers went RVing in 2020, reaching an industry high. But how many people will hit the road this year?
Well, here’s what the data says and what you can expect for your campground this year.
The best way to increase revenue is by boosting occupancy. But what are some alternative ways to make money at your campground?
We connected with a number of campgrounds to find that there’s actually a fair amount of ways to monetize your property from amenities to experiences offered.
Here are 12 creative ways to diversify your income and make more money at your RV park.
Glamping campgrounds or “glampgrounds” are skyrocketing in popularity. But what accommodations do they offer? Here are 16 unique ideas to attract more guests to your campground.