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What Do Motorhome Residents Look For In A Park?

If you’re in the RV park business, you’ll want to have a pretty good grasp on what it is that draws people to sites like yours. Of course, issues that might be out of your hands, such as proximity or convenience, are likely to often take priority, but there will also be aspects that you can control – selling points of your own park that will draw people from far and wide.

Still, some will be more immediately attainable than others, and others just might not appeal to the kind of environment that you’re trying to create. While you want to offer the best of the best, you might also want to take your own site in a particular direction.

Beautiful Scenery

This might fall into the category of aspects that you struggle to control. Everyone in your position is going to want to get their hands on a site that boasts scenic views and a relaxing environment, and that high demand is going to make the prices skyrocket. This is going to be especially true when you’re looking in areas that are especially popular. Therein might lie your solution – looking to lesser-known beauty spots that can provide the same sense of escapist wonder without the over-exposure that comes with widely known examples.

A problem that you might run into then, however, is struggling to market the location due to its lack of fame, or perhaps due to it not being as convenient to get to.

Comfort and Amenities

While the beauty of any given area might be something that helps to draw people toward your site, it might not be what encourages them to stay. If motorhome residents are planning on pitching up somewhere for a prolonged period of time, they’re going to want to be comfortable, and they’re going to want to have access to everything that they need. 

You can’t possibly know what each person is going to want, and frankly, they might want to be left to it. However, being able to provide all the comforts that you can might encourage them to stick around for longer. If you get internet for your RV park that is capable of meeting all of your patrons’ needs, that puts them in a great position to use that internet to find what else they need nearby – and that’s just one example of what you can offer.


Again, there’s no accounting for the different tastes of everyone who finds themselves in your site, which can make getting on a particular side of any particular issue difficult, as you don’t want to alienate a certain side. However, when it comes to the community that emerges, while it’s not something that you’ll be able to directly control, you can look to encourage positive values by making those values a core part of what the site offers. If more neighborly and considerate behavior is valued and rewarded, with anti-social behavior potentially being something you don’t tolerate, you might help to foster that kind of community spirit that can create a positive environment.

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