Campspot today announced that parks can now list lodging inventory on Booking.com, one of the travel industry’s largest and most popular marketplaces. Through the integration, campgrounds will now have even more national reach, noted a press release.
“This is the most requested item from customers,” said Campspot CEO Michael Scheinman, “and we’re excited to deliver a solution that gives Campspot users a new channel for driving awareness and exposure.”
Booking.com, which “enables properties around the world to reach a global audience and grow their businesses,” is a natural fit for Campspot, per the release.
Having a campground lodging inventory on Booking.com increases the visibility of campgrounds and exposes them to new customers. This ensures that important campground inventory will be seen by frequent travelers who often use sites like Booking.com to search, discover, and book their travel plans.
Unique lodging sites at campgrounds will appear among the more traditional OTA listings and catch the eye of customers who might not necessarily be looking for campgrounds but may be happy to stay at one.
Technology integration between the two companies is facilitated through DerbySoft. This integration creates a seamless experience for both the guest and the campground, allowing rates and availability of rooms to be reflected in real-time. It provides a fluid experience for the guest, while the campgrounds can continue to manage all their inventory, no matter where the listings appear, directly on the Campspot platform.
The campground reservation software powers over 1,800 private parks across the U.S. and Canada. Campspot consistently delivers features, integrations, and products that help campgrounds reach more campers, manage their inventory and campground efficiently, and grow revenue.
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