Many motorhome owners are ready to put the cover
on their vehicle and try their hand at running an RV campground of their own. Now, a new program may be able to help individuals looking to expand upon their knowledge of operating a motorhome park.
The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) and the National Training Center (NTC) for Public Facility Managers at Oglebay have joined together to educate people with a strong interest in operating a motorhome park, according to RV News Magazines.
Government employees and individuals involved with park and recreation services will have the opportunity to participate in a two-year professional development program, led by ARVC and NTC. The School of RV Park and Campground Management will give individuals the tools they need to begin and run an RV park.
"This is a great partnership that will provide an additional audience for the National School of RV Park and Campground Management while exposing our existing students to the programs offered by National Recreation Park Association," ARVC president and CEO Linda Profaizer told the news source.
The program may be able to provide individuals with the motivation they need to make their mark on the RV industry.