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RV Campgrounds Starting to Welcome Campers as Pandemic Slows

June 14, 2021
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Pensacola, Fla. - This year's camping season has begun, so prepare the RV and the s'mores; it looks to be a busy one. Travel experts, campground operators, and others believe that sales of recreational vehicles, also known as RVs, have continued to rise this spring. RV Campgrounds are welcoming the influx of campers as the industry is starting to boom.

In addition to hiking, lakes, and biking trails, people are also crowding campsites to get outside after being limited by the COVID-19 pandemic for more than a year. Both privately owned and state-operated campground operators report that they are rapidly filling up. State Park cabins are extremely hard to reserve throughout the summer, as evidenced by the reservation system.

The COVID outbreak briefly confused campgrounds as state and county bureaucracies debated whether to allow them to open or not amid the pandemic last spring. As a result, the camping season started later than normal; however, they were able to make up some ground once they were open.

As a result, many people stayed within the state or joined family members as a part of the staycation trend that became popular amid the pandemic. Additionally, many people chose to stay in a self-contained camper since it provided them with a deeper level of protection than those who stayed in hotels or motels. Now that the pandemic is slowing down, campers are ready to take longer trips across state lines while still have the reassurance of their own private camper.

Located five miles east of Pensacola, FL, Avalon Landing RV Park supports a variety of RVs and camping equipment. The RV Park here provides RV sites with waterfront views, pull-through access, and off-water options for ideal RV vacationing and camping. There are saltwater fishing opportunities on-site as well as a pool surrounded by a deck in their clubhouse. In addition to daily rates, the Pensacola campgrounds have monthly and weekly rates as well to meet the needs of every traveler. For more information or to book a stay with Avalon Landing RV Park give them a call at (850) 995-5898 or visit them online at https://AvalonLandingRVPark.com/.



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About Avalon Landing RV Park / Pensacola East:

Locally owned and operated RV Park. 5 mile East of Pensacola. RV Park for Big Rigs to Pop-ups campers. Waterfront (pull-in or back-in), pull-thru or off water all full hook-up sites available

Contact Avalon Landing RV Park / Pensacola East:

Avalon Landing LLC
2444 Avalon Blvd
Milton, FL 32583
(850) 995-5898

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