The temperatures are rising and so is the amount of visitors to your rest stop area. The summer season is dawning on us, which means more free time for future travelers to come your way. As schools let out, parents and others are using their vacation days to hit the road and will frequent more rest stops than ever. As a rest stop owner, you must maintain your facilities so that passersby feel safe, see your location as a benefit, and return on the drive back home. The following are some things to keep in mind as a rest stop owner to keep your facility in top shape.
Aside from rejoicing over warmer weather and shedding winter coats, a lot of people are excitedly taking their vacation days to flock to the great outdoors. Peak season for camping kicks off during the month of May and continues until September, coinciding with the back-to-school season. Around this time, as a campground manager, you should be gearing up for the amount of visitors that will be staying in your area as well as the maintenance that accompanies that. The following is a way to think about caring for your campgrounds in a way that makes it easier for you and more pleasant for campers.