campgroundviews-logo-300dpiCampgroundviews.com took on a complete Internet-marketing makeover for Victory RV Park in Paducah Kentucky, according to a joint announcement from the RV park and from Campgroundviews.

In three days the company produced a redesigned and fully responsive website (meaning it works just as well on a PC as it does on a mobile phone), captured and edited new photographs of the park, and produced a video to showcase the property.

The results of this effort can be viewed at victoryrvpark.com and campgroundviews.com.

“We gave them a crazy deadline and the authority to get it done. The results speak for themselves and make us look as good online as we do in person,” said park owners Beverly Barnes, who owns it with Doug Barnes.

Screen Shot 2014-11-19 at 9.21.26 AMVictory RV Park previously utilized a self-built website from Yahoo. Beverly added, “the secret is recognizing the things you don’t know and finding the experts who can fill the gap.”

CampgroundViews.com took on the project as a demonstration of the power of combining effective web design with quality video and photos to improve the online presence of an RV park. “Our goal is to help park owners and RV travelers by showing and sharing what parks look like online,” said Campgroundviews founder Mark Koep. “Nothing can be more powerful than effective video when combined with proper web design techniques.”

Located adjacent to Clarks River Wildlife Refuge, Victory RV Park serves as a destination for RV and tent campers in the Paducah area. With full hookups including water, electric, sewer, and Wi-Fi, the park also offers a catch-and-release fishing pond, fenced dog run, and heated bathhouse.

Campgroundviews.com shares the adventure of RV and tent travel by encouraging camping enthusiasts to share videos, pictures, and reviews of campgrounds and RV parks. The site is free to use and accessible via any web-enabled device. Thousands of campers have already discovered the value of seeing realistic sneak previews of campgrounds when planning their RV trips, according to the company.