|Above, The Beast at the Elk City, Oklahoma KOA. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
"You can't please everyone."
This had been true when this saying was first coined (whenever that was) and it is still true today.
The saying is especially true when it comes to new campers who have flooded the RV lifestyle during the past two years of the pandemic and even before.
RV Travel has posted an article on who comprises "new campers" based on a study by Kampgrounds of America (KOA).
They begin with:
By now, you’ve likely read a lot of stories regarding the sudden influx of “new campers” into the RVing lifestyle. You also know the usual list of reasons newbies give … pandemic-driven RV purchases, the need to reconnect with family and friends, more available savings … but just who is this “new camper?”
Last week, we reviewed the top-line results from Kampgrounds of America’s annual North American Camping Report. The annual research paper gives one of the best views of what’s going on in camping and RVing, and it’s worth a deeper dive.
Here’s what the report had to say specifically about the new influx of more than 9.1 million families into camping and RVing in 2021:
To read further, go here.