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Moving Dirt and Taking Names

January 14, 2020
An aerial view of a construction site where ground has been cleared.

Elevating Guest Experience Through Innovative Land Plans

Having just returned from a long road trip-we are beyond excited to see some of our land plans coming to fruition.

It is exciting enough to see our land plans on paper, but when we are on site and see the dirt moving and the sites taking shape, there is a whole other level of anticipation.

What makes our land plans better than others? Well for one, we approach all our land plans from the operational and guest experience perspective. Will it work for the guest and maximize revenue? These are our first questions.

We also want to know how to maintain the environment so that both nature and guest are protected. We plan to make sure the modern day guests and their families are able to navigate our property safely, and their four legged family members will be included in the experience.

Lastly, outdoor hospitality is all we do. Our land planners know where to place the utilities, how to arrange the sites, how to create unique amenity areas, and how to draw a flow that works. They make sure there is enough density to make the numbers work, but enough space for guests to get the entire outdoor experience

Our parks have won awards, have been nominated for ARVC parks of the year, and most rewarding, have afforded young and old alike unique vacation experiences and a lifetime of memories.