It’s no secret that the RV industry has seen a huge boom in recent years. Because more and more people are camping, campgrounds are full, and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to reserve a spot at the last minute.
As a result, new campgrounds have sprung up all over the country. People have invested in the RV industry because they don’t think the desire to live outdoors will wane anytime soon.
But did you know that fully automated RV parks have hit the market? It’s true! Just like you walk into a Walmart, bag your groceries, check out on your own and never come in contact with another human being again, RV parks are following suit.
Let’s take a look at a new, fully automated RV park that recently opened in Tifton, Georgia, the Tifton Overnight RV Park.
What is a fully automated RV park?
Most campgrounds have a host or ranger who welcomes you to the site. You will be greeted with a smile, given a map, and sometimes even escorted to your site. However, with a fully automated RV site, there is no human interaction upon arrival.
You book your site online, arrive, drive to your site and leave on your departure day. If you run into a problem, there is a phone number you can call. But in general you will not encounter any staff or hosts at check-in or during your stay.