Important Message From KOA’S CEO Toby O’Rourke

The past month has been challenging for everyone in the campground business both operationally and financially. I have been impressed by the adaptability of campground owners working to bring their businesses through this situation. Likewise, it has been uplifting to see the entire campground and RV industry working together to ensure the short- and long-term […]

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Remote Check-In Best Practices

  With social-distancing now in place, many campgrounds are finding creative ways to check-in their guests remotely. At KOA, we reached out to several of our campgrounds to see what they were implementing, and we wanted to share these ideas with you.   Option A – By Phone Place a professional looking sign on the […]

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Craig KOA

That First Year

3 New KOA Owners Hit the Ground Running With VERY Fast Starts EDITOR’S NOTE: Three KOAs in three different states, offering different amenities, serving different audiences. What do they have in common? All three owners, who bought their existing KOA campgrounds in 2018, have hit the ground running, making improvements at their sites, focusing on […]

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Expanding Campgrounds: At Twin Mountain KOA Holiday, the Mantra Was ‘Build It & They Will Come’

Twin Mountain/Mt. Washington KOA Holiday in Carroll, New Hampshire, undertook a $750,000 expansion project two years ago to add 10 stamped-concrete pull-through Patio Sites and four Cavco Deluxe Cabins. When Brad and Becky Hare bought the campground in the fall of 2016, they received a shovel-ready expansion plan from 12 years earlier, created by KOA […]

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Bucksport KOA

Raising The Bar On NPS

Listening to Guests Leads To Improvements at Bucksport/Fort Knox ME KOA Holiday Marlene and David Greenlaw work hard to make sure their campground, the Bucksport/Fort Knox, Maine KOA Holiday, is the best it can be. As the only two employees, (family helps out occasionally), that’s not always an easy job. “We try not to have […]

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