From the bloggers at RV Travel.
If I owned an RV park I would likely replace some of my RV sites with cabins. I’d make more money that way: renting a cabin is more profitable than renting an RV site. An RV park is a business, just like any other, and the idea is to make money.
Well, sad to say for you and me, that’s exactly what’s happening: As cabins appear, RV sites disappear. And I’m not just talking about one-room cabins with a couple of bunks and a table, but fancy lodge-type accommodations you’d except to find at a luxury retreat. We’re talking heating and air conditioning, queen and king beds, full-blown kitchens, big screen TVs and fancy bathrooms. And none of it’s on wheels, like the accommodations you and I travel with.
To read the full story by RV Travel, click here.