Category: For Campgrounds

2023 Reservation Software Recap
For Campgrounds

2023 Let’s Camp New Feature Recap

Well, that’s a wrap on 2023. What a year it was! At Let’s Camp we have so much to be thankful for in 2023. We had many new campgrounds join our community, tons of new campers using our marketplace, and lots of great new features added to our software for our clients to take advantage of. Software Feature Highlights From 2023 There have been an laundry list of improvements to our booking software and marketplace this year, but we just

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2022 Industry Trends Recap

In our recent webinar, which you can watch here, we talked about six different industry challenges. We’re going to outline what they are and what your campground can do to adapt.

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Top 8 camper concerns over the 2022 season (Part Two)

As the busy season comes to a close for most campgrounds, one area you might be looking to improve is your website. After all, this is likely the first place that future campers will find out about you, and you want to make sure it looks great and has the information they need. Whether you are tech-savvy and try tackling this project yourself or plan on outsourcing the work, here are a few tips to get you started.

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Top 8 camper concerns over the 2022 season

We recently surveyed our campers for the 2022 camping season.

The primary challenges come from either not enough campsites, things that the campground could improve or not enough information when booking a campsite. While we likely didn’t need a survey to tell us that it was challenging to find a campsite the specifics as to why people struggle are insightful. As we discuss the results the majority of the recommendations apply to privately owned campgrounds. While some ideas may work at municipal or provincial campgrounds, we believe that their mandate and motivations are slightly different.

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6 tips for your new campground website

As the busy season comes to a close for most campgrounds, one area you might be looking to improve is your website. After all, this is likely the first place that future campers will find out about you, and you want to make sure it looks great and has the information they need. Whether you are tech-savvy and try tackling this project yourself or plan on outsourcing the work, here are a few tips to get you started.

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Why your campground needs a website

Getting a website for your campground might seem like a daunting task, however it can be super important to get campers to trust your campground and set clear expectations ahead of time. We’re going to cover 5 of the top reasons your campground should have its own website. Credibility Modern, well-designed websites make your business seem more trustworthy and credible. If a camper is going looking for a new campground to stay at one of your first impressions is going

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2022 Campground Industry Trends

With fewer people taking international trips, the campground industry has quickly evolved. The time a camper stays at one campground, the type of people camping, and the ability for campers to change their own bookings are just a few of the shifts we will see this year.

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