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RV Park Activities That Travelers Love

When you manage an RV park, you’re balancing a number of things at once, including making sure operations are running smoothly, examining reports to make sure your business is successful overall, while still marketing to and engaging with potential customers. Your property is also competing with every other park in your area — so how do you make sure yours stands out to potential guests? 

By offering features and amenities that guests love, you can improve their experience and have them excited to book their next trip at your property before they even leave.

Consider adding these popular and entertaining RV park activities to enhance your guest experience and add value to your property: 

Activities RV Park Visitors Love That Cost You Nothing

Nature Exploration

Encourage your guests to get in touch with nature through outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, bird watching, stargazing, and more. 

You can promote these activities by posting signage, sharing information about fishing seasons, and highlighting local hiking trails. 

Connect With the Mind 

Encourage your guests to go on a spiritual journey by designating meditation areas throughout your campground or park, journal while they relax in their RVs, or attend a yoga session if your property offers it. 

Events like this allow your guests to relax, unwind, and feel connected to themselves while they are staying at your park. 

Activities With a Cost To Operate

On-Site Sporting Venues

Offering sports is a great way for your guests to stay active and fulfilled while on vacation. They can spend time enjoying their family and connect with other guests. 

You can offer a number of options, including: 

  • Basketball.
  • Frisbee.
  • Horseback riding.
  • Tennis.
  • Volleyball. 

Each of these sports are interactive, engaging, and will ensure your guests are enjoying their time at your park. It should be noted that these facilities do come with a cost, so be sure to weigh the benefits to your guests against the operating costs. 

Camping Games

Who doesn’t love a little competition? Help your guests socialize by hosting fun games such as tug-of-war, charades, truth, or dare. You can even have board and card games available at your office or in a public location for guest use. 

During especially busy seasons, you can increase the excitement and host a tournament to get even more people involved! 

Equipment Rentals

Does your park have a lake on the property? Do you have a large outdoor area that people are excited to use? No matter what your space looks like, you can enhance the guest experience with further activities on and around your property by purchasing and offering rentals throughout your park. 

Your RV park may want to provide rental offerings that include: 

  • Kayaks, canoes, or paddleboards. 
  • Hammocks. 
  • Inflatable rafts and tubes. 
  • Bikes.
  • Frisbees.

While this may come with an upfront cost to stock up and run, you can charge for the rentals and create an additional income channel.  

Entertainment Nights

A great way to keep your guests entertained is to plan entertainment nights. By hosting movie nights, bonfires, live music, and more, you can help travelers relax and enjoy some quality entertainment while they’re staying at your RV park

Continue Improving the Guest Experience

As an RV park manager, your main goal is to create an experience that your guests love and can’t wait to have again. 

You can continue to improve the guest experience even for guests who aren’t currently staying at your property. For example, you can: 

  • Share photos and videos of your campground activities on social media to promote your property and showcase the fun your guests have. 
  • Include the list of activities offered at your RV park on your website to attract guests. Make sure to also highlight these activities in the confirmation email they will receive after booking their stay.
  • Listen to guest feedback and implement necessary changes to park activities. 

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