Forbes: RV Parks Compete on Newness, Growth, Amenities – RVBusiness – Breaking RV Industry News

If your idea of heaven is a large, richly amenitized RV park, this is the era you’ve waited for. And coming years will prove even more of an RV enthusiast’s dream, according to an article at

When the pandemic sent Americans fleeing big cities for the wide-open spaces, many opted to pursue their Covid-era lives in RVs. There, they could not only travel the nation but use their properly-outfitted RVs as mobile offices.

When they arrived at sun-washed RV parks across the Southeast U.S., however, they found many overrun by folks with entirely similar ideas. Owners of RV parks reacted to the business bonanza by funneling profits back into their enterprises, launching plans to upgrade and expand. With those projects now largely complete, RV fans are encountering across Florida and Alabama new RV resorts, expanded parks and a bounty of park extras that include everything from pools and fitness centers to theaters and outdoor kitchens.

“RV resorts in Florida and Alabama keep getting bigger and better,” says Bobby Cornwell, president and CEO of the Tallahassee, Fla.-headquartered Florida and Alabama RV Park and Campground Association, whose websites and help RV devotees plan their next vacation.

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