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Roadabode Releases Second Marketing Study

As society in general becomes more comfortable with online tools for travel planning and booking and turns more and more to social media, the use — and importance — of digital marketing channels by RV parks and campgrounds likewise continues to grow and change to help...

T4T Gains Two More Midwest Outdoor Resorts

Midwest Outdoor Resorts has added the St. Croix River Resort in Hinckley, Minn., and the Soo Line Trail Campground in Onamia, Minn., to the Tents for Troops (T4T) program, according to an announcement from T4T. St. Croix River Resort is only about 90 minutes from the...

Luxury RV Resort Sector Continues Its Growth

Succeeding at providing a luxury RVing experience today can be summed up as old-school customer service that meets 21st-century needs, and it’s something more and more RV resorts aim to do. “Customer service has been paramount, which is why I think we have had such...

Improvements Help O'Leary's Resorts Succeed

When Craig Dolbeer decided to become a snowbird, he knew he wanted to spend the winters at an RV resort in Tucson, Ariz. The challenge, he said, was deciding which resort would be the right fit for him. After all, many of them have swimming pools, spas, exercise rooms...

On Campgrounds: Breezy Hill Gets A New Life

When Jon Wiltzius and his wife Jennifer four years ago decided to buy Breezy Hill Campground, a 110-site park on 60 acres in Fond du Lac, Wis., they knew there was a lot of work ahead. “The campground needed attention,” Wiltzius said in a tone that indicated he was...

Gorin: Park Owners Need To Attend Conferences

The following Insites column by David Gorin of Gorin+Cohen Consulting  appears in January’s Woodall’s Campground Management. As a very turbulent year wound down, and we were all facing what is likely to be an equally dynamic year in 2017, it struck me that...

Bray: These Wash. Park Owners Inspire Guests

The following Campsite Vistas column by Sue Bray, consultant and former executive director of the Good Sam Club, appears in the January edition of Woodall’s Campground Management. It’s not often, but every now and again I find myself infused with someone else’s...

Schmarder: Six Marketing Trends For This Year

The following Modern Marketing column by Evanne Schmarder, principle of Roadabode Productions, appears in January’s Woodall’s Campground Management. Call them resolutions, goals or roadmaps, as is tradition, the New Year prompts us to start fresh, conjure...

Improvements Help O’Leary’s Resorts Succeed

When Craig Dolbeer decided to become a snowbird, he knew he wanted to spend the winters at an RV resort in Tucson, Ariz. The challenge, he said, was deciding which resort would be the right fit for him. After all, many of them have swimming pools, spas, exercise rooms...

Ariz. Parks Find Activities Draw Snowbirds Back

Southern Arizona’s RV parks offer snowbirds an increasingly diverse range of activities and special events during the winter months, according to the Arizona Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds. At the two Rincon Country RV Resorts, for example, snowbirds can...

Colo. RV Park Ranch, Wranglers Project Ended

The saga of the Lazy B Ranch and Wranglers entertainment venue in Estes Park, Colo., came to an abrupt end last week, the Estes Park Trail-Gazette reported. The Estes Park Town Board, acting on the advice of Town Attorney Greg White, voted 6-0 to approve the...