Campers are constantly looking for the next adventure to embark on, and as an outdoor property owner, you want to be their next destination. Getting campers to come back the next time they're in the area is extremely important, hence why customer retention strategies are a significant part of good campground marketing.
When I think about home, I think about fires in the fireplace. I have incredible memories of time around the fireplace with my family. I am pretty sure that if the climate and family rituals permitted, my dad would have had a fire burning in the fireplace every day of the year.
The pandemic will have lasting effects on our economy. It is a simple fact that people are safer in outdoor venues with “social distancing” which makes vacations in RV parks and campgrounds highly desirable. Consequently, one of the predictions I have read in a variety of publications is that the RV park and campground industry will expand in the future significantly. The article that resonated the most was published by the Wall Street Journal entitled “RV Vacations: The Safest Way to Travel This Summer”.
As the school year comes to an end and summer vacations begin, it means more people taking advantage of their RVs and campgrounds across the country. With this increase in outdoor recreation comes an increase in the use of propane.
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When Leo Skrbec retired after spending 40 years in the taconite mining industry, he decided he was ready to launch his second career. So in 2004, he and his wife Yvonne opened ARVC member-park West Forty RV Park in Gilbert, Minn.