Saturday, April 11, 2009

Resort campgrounds appeal to thrifty travelers

Los Angeles Times - CA,USA

"People still want to get away but are looking for more affordable vacations," said Linda Profaizer, president and chief executive of the National Assn. of RV Parks and Campgrounds, a trade organization that represents more than 3,700 privately owned campgrounds across the country.

She's optimistic that recession-wary vacationers will continue to make use of resort campgrounds.

"Our industry will do well this year, not break records, but do well," she said.

Other campground franchise owners have also reported strong business.

"Typically, we do well when the economy is down because we are an economical alternative but still a fun family option," said Michele Wisher, spokeswoman for Ohio-based Leisure Systems Inc., which owns a chain of 70 Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park campgrounds. The company added three new Yogi Bear parks in 2008.

Resort campground owners are so optimistic about the future that many are making hefty investments in the business.
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