Campspot, a campground reservation software provider, now offers integrations with three of the most popular online travel agencies.
Airbnb and Vrbo are the latest to join the list of integrations alongside the recently announced Booking.com, making it possible for parks to both reach a broader base of new customers and fill inventory that might otherwise go unbooked.
“These integrations enable campgrounds to tap into the large segment of outdoor enthusiasts that begin their travel planning on online marketplaces,” said Campspot CEO Michael Scheinman.
“Online travel agencies are an important component of a campground’s overall marketing strategy today, and we’re excited to be able to deliver one of the most requested features from Campspot customers.”
Marketplaces are one of the key ways in which campgrounds can attract new campers due to their broad reach and high-intent shoppers. It’s for this reason Campspot offers the largest camping-specific OTA, the Campspot Marketplace, and mobile app with 500K downloads.
Further integrations with traditional travel OTAs such as Airbnb and Vrbo provide campgrounds the opportunity to reach new audiences while offering those travelers the opportunity to experience the outdoors more easily.
Campspot is working with DerbySoft, a hospitality technology company, and Bnberry, a channel management solution, to ensure a seamless connection that streamlines the end-to-end booking process.
Inventory can be easily managed on Campspot with updates made in real-time to prevent double bookings.
“We want to do everything we can to make it easy for campers to find and book a campground. This is a valuable new option for campgrounds to reach more travelers looking for unique lodging experiences,” Scheinman says.
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