RoverPass and Campspot Announce Strategic Integration Simplifying Online Reservation Process
RoverPass is excited to announce its partnership with Campspot. The collaboration enables access to a larger inventory selection through an integration that connects RoverPass and Campspot to one another for a seamless online booking experience.
The benefits of this new partnership include:
- Travelers will enjoy discovering thousands of additional campground and RV park options with access to both RoverPass’ and Campspot’s inventories.
- Campground owners will benefit from a wider audience of travelers who are ready to make a reservation, leading to increased business and revenue.
Through the integration, Campspot will now have access to all RoverPass instant book inventory to grow their marketplace, adding to their RV and Campground online booking ecosystem. Additionally, RoverPass will drive traffic from relevant searches to Campspot, allowing users to explore options from both marketplaces.
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“Our partnership with Campspot creates a more unified experience for both campers and campground owners by making it easier to organize a trip outdoors. We certainly look forward to building similar collaborations with other key vendors in this space,” says RoverPass CEO, Ravi Parikh.
The partnership adds a straightforward approach to booking an RV or campground space by making it easier for people to discover thousands of additional sites in any one location. This in turn, allows properties and facilities to be shown to more visitors across a wider audience which increases business and revenue for campground and RV park owners.
“I’m proud of this innovative integration between Campspot and RoverPass, which reinforces our collective commitment and collaboration in our shared goal of strengthening the outdoor travel industry,” says Campspot CEO Michael Scheinman. “Together we can add the most value to campgrounds and to campers; I expect this will be the first of many joint efforts by leading outdoor travel brands to increase access to and exposure for the wonderfully diverse array of campgrounds across North America.”