We love camping. We love amazing service and accommodations, too. While some might still consider all three to be mutually exclusive events, we maintain that they are not. That is, they don’t have to be.

According to our friends at the Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds, there are nearly 14,000 campsites in the continental United States available to the general public.

27% of those sites are dedicated to accommodations – not bring-it-yourself equipment.

That means 3,780 campsites might be already offering a higher service level than your campground.

That is the definition of a competitive disadvantage.

There’s no secret that we’re all in a new experience economy. Guest expectations are evolving and so to should accommodations and service levels – regardless of genre. The concept of hospitality has literally been around forever, materializing in the late 14th century as the “act of being hospitable” and “friendly to guests.”

That concept levels the proverbial playing field and gives every venue a shot at being exceptional. If you’d like to explore how to take your campground from basic to boutique, we’d love to chat. Give us a ring or drop us a line.