While we’ve typically seen an older demographic command the camping scene, research shows that there’s a new wave of campers. According to the 2017 North American Camping Report, millennials made up nearly half (48%) of all new campers in 2016. This number has only continued to grow year over year. Just like the classic camper, these up and coming adventurers are eager to spend time in the great outdoors, but the millennial camper does differ from the traditional camper in a couple ways.
If you’ve ever questioned the safety of receiving money online, you’re not alone. To many campground managers, accepting money online seems like a potential security nightmare, when in reality, it’s one of the safest ways to handle payments. We’re answering the question ‘is receiving money online secure?’ and going into some of the specific methods used to ensure that your camper’s information is protected.
While a well-seasoned camper may have their favourite campgrounds memorized, attracting new campers who aren’t familiar with you can be difficult, especially if they can’t find you online. In the old days the average camper has to sift through a number of campgrounds before finding exactly what they’re looking for. This time-consuming process typically involves multiple phone calls, and with the rapid growth of ‘convenience culture’, this experience just won’t do for today’s customer. Here are 3 reasons why today’s campers like to book online.
Camping is one of the great traditions of Canadians, from the shores of Pirates Cove Newfoundland, all the way to Klahanie Campground in Squamish BC. It is a tradition that has lasted generations, having Canadians young and old come together to experience the great outdoors. This amazing tradition is being passed down even now, as a new generation of young parents have taken to the outdoors to introduce our adventurous heritage to their children.