The British Columbia Lodging and Campgrounds Association (BCLCA) is all set to amplify the voice of campground operators and owners with its upcoming Lodging and Camping Ideas Forum.
Slated for November 6-8, 2023, in the scenic locale of Parksville, this event promises to be more than just a gathering—it’s a hotspot for innovative dialogues and actionable insights for those in the campground and lodging industry.
Rooted in the theme, “Working Together for Our Success”, the three-day forum is supported by WorkSafe BC, Signature Risk, Rona, Western Financial Group, First Data and Pathfinder Ventures.
Through an engaging mix of campground tours, table-top marketplaces, and informative sessions, the event seeks to bridge gaps, foster community engagement, and pave the way for collective growth in the industry.
For private campground owners in BC, this is an opportune moment to immerse themselves in transformative discussions.
With a special emphasis on day-to-day operational challenges, owners and operators will gain valuable perspectives from seasoned speakers that cater specifically to their unique needs. From revenue management to guest experiences and sustainability, each topic aims to equip participants with strategies to elevate their businesses.
Beyond Dialogues: Building Networks and Partnerships
A distinctive feature of the forum is its rich networking opportunities. Attendees can engage with sponsors, connect with exhibitors, interact with fellow campground professionals, and even liaise with the volunteer board of directors. This kind of interface not only fosters collaborative efforts but also instills a sense of shared purpose among BC’s campground community.
BCLCA member delegates can register at a fee of CA$199 + GST, while non-members are invited at CA$299 + GST.
The BCLCA plays a pivotal role in representing the interests of BC’s independent lodging and campgrounds segment. This event is an extension of their efforts to fortify the tourism industry in the province. By being a part of the Canadian Camping and RV Council, the BCLCA aligns itself with national advocacy movements, ensuring that the voice of BC’s private campground owners reverberates in broader discussions.
For those with a vested interest in the prosperity and growth of BC’s camping and lodging domain, the upcoming forum is not just an event—it’s an investment in the future.
To stay ahead of industry trends, amplify your business potential, and connect with like-minded professionals, Parksville awaits you this November.
For more information, visit BCLCA Lodging and Camping Ideas Forum.