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The biggest surprise for us was just how strong the desire for travel obviously is for so many people. With planes, cruises and hotels generally requiring shared spaces and close interactions with strangers, a concern for personal safety has led more people than ever to RVing.
We've always appreciated having our own private living area, bed, kitchen and bathroom no matter where we are. But until the coronavirus came along, it of course never occurred to us what an awesome anti-pandemic machine we were living in.
Now that is coming to a close, is there anything we might predict about what will hold for RVers and the industry? Since we've always been big advocates of RVing, we think it's likely that a sizable percentage of those who discovered it for the first time this year have now realized what they've been missing out on.
While we expect that air, cruise and hotel travel will gradually work their way back toward normal over time, we can't imagine that many of those who tried RVing for the first time in haven't fallen in love with it.
We've all seen the negative effects of the pandemic on our general feeling of safety and security, and that will likely take quite some time to diminish.
We don't expect the increased interest in RVing to go away the moment a vaccine becomes widely available. Many people who had never RVed before may now choose it as their primary form of vacationing.
Rather than a sudden return to business as usual, we expect a continuation of busy campgrounds, a gradual re-introduction of some RV shows, ongoing larger crowds and demand at the most popular destinations, and some challenges with parts and supplies.
We hope we're wrong about the potential worst effects, but we're optimistic that the boom in the RV industry will hang in there for a long time. RV Shows — Quartzsite, AZ is going ahead in January, so is Florida, it seems.
The California RV Show was permanently canceled. RVer buying practices have had to adapt, and online research and shopping still will be preferred.
But people want to see RVs in person, which they may prefer do at local dealerships rather than big, crowded shows. Campgrounds —. These have been overcrowded in many parts of the country, due to the influx of new RVers and increased preference for RV camping in general.
Prices are going up which may deter some RVers and drive them to invest in off-grid systems with solar and batteries to avoid or reduce camping costs.
We also predict some developers who previously focused on residential and commercial property will pivot to invest in building or improving more camping resorts around the country based on the demand.
RV Sales — Sales will continue steadily in but soften compared to We do see an increase in used RVs hitting the market by the fall for two reasons.
One — as the pandemic concerns settle down and other forms of travel open up. The ongoing need for repairs and maintenance, plus the challenges of finding campground bookings and affordable storage, will be too much for some, and we see a glut of used RVs hitting the market within a year from now.
RV Rentals — Demand will remain very strong for the foreseeable future and be a big area of growth, especially as more used RVs come up for sale.
More dealers will offer the option to rent. Many RVers will rent their RV to offset their costs, or even buy additional RVs, to get into the RV rental business, similar to how many homeowners got into the AirBnb business and bought more properties to capitalize on that trend.
RV Parts — With supply chain shortages being an issue across the board, the RV industry is feeling it too.
We see the shortage of parts being an ongoing concern for RV manufacturers, RV repair shops, and RV owners alike until the supply chain catches up.
This will cause additional frustrations for customers especially newbies not used to this who may experience extended delays while waiting for replacement parts.
This may be the catalyst that sees more used RVs on the market as owners try to offload them. RV Remote Workers — With more companies now seeing the benefits of a remote workforce, we believe many people will see an RV as an ideal way to travel while working full time, as we have done since There will be greater demands for RVs with a workspace or flex space, and people renovating RVs to suit their needs.
RV manufacturers will hopefully recognize the need to create new floor plans and improved layouts to cater to this fast-growing market segment.
Campgrounds may also seize the opportunity to upgrade their internet connectivity and even create a co-working room or hotspot style space for guests to work from during their stays.
Jen is the Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of Outdoorsy, the largest community-driven RV marketplace for renting RVs directly from local RV owners.
Outdoorsy just surpassed 2. Of those days, 1. There will be more working on the road and RV use than ever before.
This is certainly believable, considering that work can be found wherever you open your laptop. Due to overall new demand for outdoor recreational travel and activities we'll see campgrounds booked earlier this year.
State and national parks will see more visitors and campers than traditional campgrounds and RV parks. Due to an increase in RV sales and ownership, coupled with financial constraints and economic conditions, Americans will look to renting their vehicles as a steady source of secondary income.
Six years ago, my wife and I purchased an RV and road-tripped through all of the Lower 48 states. Over the years, we saw that people young and old alike were opting for experiences over goods, which lent itself to a growing interest in RVing.
Then COVID hit, and interest exploded to levels I've never seen before. They say old is new, and I think we are going to see interest in road travel continue to grow as retirees AND millennials are seeking the nostalgic and safe!
Through every economic downturn—and now pandemic—I've seen travel surge back because people need it to feel human. I believe there could be lingering issues from COVID through , which will push an even higher number of people towards RVing.
Unless there is a strong economic downturn, I think we could see continuing record sales of RVs and the resulting overcrowding of campgrounds and outdoor attractions.
Unfortunately, we expect the coming months to be difficult for a lot of small businesses that make a living from traditional travelers.
Because of this, we are doubling down on our efforts to recruit more small businesses Hosts to our current network of 1, locations.
We have doubled our Host Recruiting team in the past two months, and will continue to focus on this front.
We will also continue our ad campaigns promoting road travel as a safe and scenic way to get out and explore. In , I believe people will continue opting for the safety of road trips, leading to a boom in backyard exploration.
The good news: People are starting to realize that there are amazing things to see and experience within a few hour's drive from anywhere in the United States.
I believe road-based travel will continue to be the predominant form of travel through at least In the longer term, we believe RVing will maintain a higher than normal level of interest as people continue to realize how wonderful road travel can be.
As humans, we love to travel and escape. What we're realizing is that you don't have to travel halfway around the world scratch this itch.
Bob Zagami has been writing, speaking and consulting in the RV industry since He is a frequent contributor to trade and consumer RV publications and frequently speaks at industry conferences and trade shows.
Bob is also the principal consultant at RV Insights, a marketing, media and consulting company serving the RV and Outdoor Hospitality industries.
If ever there were industries that could benefit from an unexpected pandemic and the consequences it brought to our country, it is the RV and Outdoor Hospitality industries.
Had you asked anyone on April 1 in those industries — in any industry — what they expected for the balance of the year you would not have found one person willing to forecast that we were about to see the most incredulous turn around in less than 30 days that would put us on a path to incredible successes in light of devastation all around them and an on ramp to an even better year in The virtual shows are nice, the improved website was long overdue, but people like to see, feel, touch and dream as they walk around the show floor.
Dealers are overwhelmed with the increased demand for RVs and are dealing with an amazing number of first-time buyers.
The campgrounds are now challenged with these same first-time buyers, who just happen to be first time campers. Did they get adequate training on their new investment before hitting the road?
Do they expect to learn all about camping from an overworked staff trying to deal with newcomers that have no idea what campground etiquette is? When something goes wrong with their new RV, the first person they are going to ask is the campground owner, and then the people camping on either side of them.
Our challenge, though daunting, is to make sure these first-time buyers are not one-time buyers. We must increase the education of the consumer at every level of our industries — whether it is the initial walkthrough, service and technical support, learning all about RVs and the RV lifestyle or enjoying the experience of a campground with family and friends.
Our products and accommodations offer safety, cleanliness, social distancing, healthy living and enjoyment of the great outdoors for exercise and family time together with Mother Nature.
If we manage the expectations of our first-time buyers, we can turn them into dedicated RV enthusiasts who will stay in our industry for decades and buy a lot of RVs.
Recent forecasts for show sales topping the , mark — not seen since After what has been a stressful year for many, it seems a little relaxation goes a long way with hot tubs ranking as the most in-demand camping add on.
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A number of nights can of course also be reserved! View here the different types of places where you can enjoy the fall.
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And enjoy our beautiful location with your familiy! An arrangement specially put together during Easter, a great time to see nature awaken at the campsite.
From April 2 to April 6, Also this season we have a special arrangement for this great time. Everyone arriving in a vehicle to camp must have a camping pass and a 3-Day Festival Admission ticket Festival Admission types include General Admission, VIP, or Reserved Lawn or they will need to purchase one at the gate when they arrive.
No Single Day ticket holders will be allowed into the campgrounds. Venue Services Shower Trailers will be available in both the Premium and Barenscheer campgrounds; open from 7 AM to 7 PM.
There are no water hookups available in the campgrounds; however, there will be water sources available on the grounds.
A wastewater removal vendor will be available for a fee. An Ice vendor will be available in the campgrounds Dumpsters and trash receptacles will be located throughout the campgrounds.
Camping Rules Every attendee wanting to camp at Twin Cities Summer Jam must have TWO 2 items: 3-Day Festival Admission ticket and a Camping Pass.
Festival admission types include: 3-Day General Admission, 3-Day Verizon Up Front Viewing Pit, Gold VIP and VIP.
Single day ticket holders will not be allowed into the campgrounds.