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How To Buying A Campground And Change Your Business Strategies

For most folks, living at their job can sound like a nightmare, but the opportunity to live in nature at a campground is a dream for a lot of people. The steps it takes to find, research, and buy a campground can be confusing. In this article, we will walk you through how to identify the type of campground you want, build your team, and make sure your finances are all in order. How to Buy an RV Park Campground   Step 1: Organize Your Finances We can’t forget this is a business, so you want to make sure it will be profitable for you as the owner. You don’t want to overspend on buying a park and not make enough money a year to live or maintain the park. If you are buying a business and not the usual single-family home, the financing can be a bit more tricky. Since new businesses can struggle to get off the ground, bankers often want to see other income sources and assets in case the campground is not as profitable as you hope it is. How much do you want to make a year? Do
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At RoverPass, we are always looking for ways to simplify the RV campground management process so that you, the campground owner, can focus on the most important part of the business, taking care of your guests. Because we know every campground is unique, you need a tool that can adjust your park to your needs. That is why we’re excited to announce the latest update to the RoverPass campground management Software, Reservation Builder Payment Forms. With this new addition to the reservation builder, owners have even more control over how their money is handled. Now choose to receive payments in the form of credit card, cash or check, with customizable settings for each. Reduce the chances of a no show with pre-check in payment options . Whether accepting payment in the form of cash, card or check, you can choose to have guests pay everything up front, fees first with the rest due at check-in, or fees and partial amounts with the rest due at check-in. We’ll crunch the numbers for

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How To Choose Right Shower Head For Your Campground

The kind of RV shower head you equip your RV with can make or break your RV bathing experience. As was likely the case with your shower at home, the RV shower head that came with your vehicle probably isn’t going to get you the best value for your amount of water pressure. The majority of shower heads that come standard in RVs are made of cheap plastic and customized design to save water. While keeping water usage to a minimum is a good idea when camping , it’s understandable to want more than a slight trickle while you wash up. Even if water conservation is your most important factor in an RV shower head, using one with good pressure in short bursts can use much less water than an RV shower head with poor pressure continuously. With all that in mind, let’s look at the specifics of what makes for a good shower head. (Not good shower head, a good shower head. You’re dirty. Go shower.) Selecting the Right RV Shower Head Your RV shower head is likely the single most import