RV parks and marinas often focus on generating more revenue, but what about reducing operational costs? As the manager of an RV park or marina, you have a responsibility to ensure your guests have access to reliable power, but this is often one of the largest utility costs for outdoor properties.
With the ever-changing landscape of the hospitality industry — and the influx of a newer generation of campers — it’s time to upgrade your campground operations with the right software.
It can feel daunting to consider moving from an offline reservation system to online management technology. Your old, offline process may feel safe and familiar, but it is inefficient and can’t keep up with modern hospitality needs.
Managing an RV park comes with multiple moving parts, from staff tasks to marketing efforts and everything in between. Utilizing the right RV park management software can streamline operations and remove the hurdles you may currently experience. Below, we’ll tackle a few key dos and don'ts to keep in mind when managing your RV park.
Putting guests first should be the foundation of your business strategy — however, protecting your data is equally important. It can impact your business reputation, bookings, and revenue if you fall victim to malware or other cybersecurity concerns.
Are you wondering how to increase direct bookings and your property’s bottom line? If so, the billboard effect may be able to help you.
In order for your outdoor property to be competitive in the industry, your business needs a positive online presence. While there are several reasons your campground needs a well-designed website, reaching potential campers and providing a professional first impression is the most important, as it is the key to increasing your reservations and obtaining a high return on investment (ROI).
As a property manager, you’re always looking for improvements to provide your guests with excellent service and experience. But before you can enhance your campground or RV park’s operations, you need insight into your property’s weaknesses. This can be especially challenging if you manage a multi-property operation, since your inefficiencies may vary from location to location.