RoverPassRoverPass has announced a new integration with Booking.com to further increase online visibility for RV parks and campgrounds, according to a press release.

“Properties using RoverPass will have the opportunity to automatically list with Booking.com and reach millions of new campers looking to book their next travel destination,” states the release.

Booking.com is one of the largest online marketplaces in the travel industry and has seen steady growth annually. As of this release, Booking.com receives over 400 million visitors each month and in 2021 booked nearly 600 million night stays across its listings. Campgrounds are a growing segment for Booking.com and with their reach and reputation, the number of bookable sites continues to rise, drawing in more campers and giving campgrounds additional reservations, noted the release.

The integration with Booking.com will be available to any RV park or campground using RoverPass’ reservation software. New reservations will automatically sync across all RoverPass integrations, including Airbnb, to eliminate double bookings. Booking

“Campers have a lot more options for online bookings these days and campground owners need to find creative means to advertise themselves. Making this integration with Booking.com was a perfect solution to help both campers and our campground owners,” said CEO Ravi Parikh. “We will continue to provide our customers with more opportunities to reach new campers and keep their calendars full.”

“RoverPass aims to make booking outdoor travel easy and accessible by bringing the online marketplaces together for everyone’s convenience,” explains the release. “The new integration with Booking.com is one step closer to that goal.”