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Old 04-28-2014, 03:57 AM   #1
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Is it me or is everything going downhill ?

We just completed a tour of the camping club (I will not give the name) sites that belong to the club we belong to, basically a week in each location.
When we joined 8 years ago we had fun and there seemed to be something going on daily, now across the board, the parks were only about 20% FULL, nothing going on to speak of, and the things that were scheduled were being cancelled, one by one because no one came, or signed up. The maint. was not getting done and the employees were leaving, I don't mean the part timers for the winter, but the people that stayed year around.
Seemed to be a general lack of customer service, the offices were only opened 4 hours a day.
We stopped at a few out of the club places and were met with HO-HUM at those parks too.
Does anyone feel the same attitude too ?

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Old 04-28-2014, 06:32 AM   #2
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Don't know the time of year you're talking about the 20% occupancy, off season? We belong to Resorts of Distinction and the campgrounds we've visited in the last couple of years have been at 80-95% occupancy. We also visited a Coast to Coast park over Easter this year. While it was EARLY season they were in the middle of replacing their BIG Rec Hall and inside pool, had plans to widen all roads and regravel all sites, plus several other upgrades in the works.
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