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WCM & RVB Launch New Series with Niki Benedict

At United Park Brokers, we are thrilled to be partnering with Woodall’s Campground Magazine, RV Business Magazine and Niki Benedict’s company, Connecting Thru, in sponsoring Niki’s journey throughout the country! Big shout-out to Gregg Fore in pulling this all together. As part of Niki’s core work for WCM and RVB, she will be assisting UPB … Continued

Outdoor Hospitality Asset Buyers and Sellers

A little perspective for what it’s worth from someone who has lived exclusively in the Outdoor Hospitality asset class for over a quarter century (and counting!) Regarding the flood of investors seeking to acquire Outdoor Hospitality assets, the pandemic has absolutely been fuel for the fire, but the fire has been burning long before COVID. … Continued

United Park Brokers Is Growing!

United Park Brokers is growing! We will be announcing some new key Team members in the next couple of weeks, as we position ourselves across multiple Outdoor Hospitality asset classes. We are also investors seeking opportunities in the San Antonio and Houston areas (and others). More to come on this soon! Also as a reminder, … Continued

United Park Brokers Overview

United Park Brokers is a full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm focused on providing brokerage solutions for RV parks, Glamping resorts, mobile home communities, tiny home communities, land services and marina properties nationwide. Our unique business model offers a full spectrum of expertise. We specialize in consulting, brokerage, acquisition, management, and development. Due to our … Continued


Industry News

As Businesses Die Off, RVs & Campgrounds Thrive

More great info about the current and future viability of our industry. Let us know how we can assist with acquisitions and dispositions – this is a great time for both! As Businesses Die Off, RVs & Campgrounds Thrive – Woodallscm.com  

RVIA: January Wholesale RV Shipments Jump 39% to 45,930

More terrific news regarding the health of the RV industry, evidenced by the truly incredible sales velocity in place. The only segment showing a decline is in Park Models. This comes as no surprise really; just a few short years ago, Park Models were the ‘go-to’ alternative rental accommodation but with the proliferation of tents, … Continued

First Issue of ‘Glamping Business Americas’ Available

If you have not run across this yet, I would urge you to take a look at the inaugural edition of Glamping Business Americas. This is an indispensable resource for ‘all things Glamping’, with the first edition featuring articles by Ruben Martinez, Todd Wynne-Parry and other notables, and also includes material about accommodating the disability … Continued

New Park Developments Spring Up Across N. America

It’s a sure indication of the health of the Outdoor Hospitality business when you take note of the many new developments underway, or recently opened. Just a few years ago, this was definitely not the case! New Park Developments Spring Up Across N. America

5 Glamping Travel Trends for 2021: A Glamping Hub Report

Absolutely stunning data in Glamping Hub’s new report. The popularity of Glamping isn’t an aberration or ‘bubble’, it’s a paradigm shift. 5 Glamping Travel Trends for 2021: A Glamping Hub Report

RV Sales Rev Up During Coronavirus

Snapshot of an RV dealer’s perspective on the changing demographics and lifestyle changes in the Outdoor Hospitality sector. It’s not a mystery why the industry is thriving, even in the midst of the pandemic. https://video.foxbusiness.com/v/6225399270001#sp=show-clips

Booking Leaders: Pandemic Travel Trends Here to Stay

Great article about the velocity in place in the Outdoor Hospitality arena. RV Resorts and Glamping Resorts continue to experience robust growth! Booking Leaders: Pandemic Travel Trends Here to Stay

Outdoor Recreation Satellite Account 2019

The Bureau of Economic Analysis released statistics today measuring the outdoor recreation economy for the nation, all 50 states, and the District of Columbia. The new U.S. data show that the outdoor recreation economy accounted for 2.1 percent ($459.8 billion) of current-dollar gross domestic product (GDP) for the nation in 2019 (national table 11). At … Continued