Austin, Tx – This week RoverPass launches its Park Scout for Campgrounds program to connect RV parks with influential RV photography bloggers for a free exchange of services. While professional photography can normally cost hundreds of dollars, the RoverPass Park Scout Program is offering RV parks professional photos of their park for free. The program recruits influential photography bloggers in the camping community to take professional photos of RV parks in exchange for two-nights free or discounted stay at their park.
Parks that sign up for Park Scout will be listed in a directory of participating parks and will be notified when a photographer chooses to stay at their location. Park Scouts will take a series of photos of the campground including: the front entrance, park signage, common areas, activity centers, amenities, shots of individual sites and any other requested shots.
Park Scouts will also provide an in-depth review of their stay at the RV park on the roverpass.com park page. To recruit a Park Scout for a public review and professional photos, RV parks are required to provide a minimum of two nights free stay for the photographer.
Learn more and find frequently asked questions about Park Scout for Campgrounds here.
RoverPass is an online booking service that allows RVers to search, compare and book thousands of RV parks across the nation in one place. Save at hundreds of parks nationwide with the RoverPass RV Club; discounts between 10-50% off. RV parks and campgrounds can access free web tools to help them grow their business.
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