Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Who’s playing Easter games with guests?

Easter is rapidly approaching, so the NSW Crown Holiday Parks (NSWCHPT) group has decided to offer a ‘Kids Stay Free’ package over the April School Holidays across its 36 NSW Holiday Parks. Are any other providers doing similar things to attract families over the holiday weekend?

Comment and let us know what you have planned for guests over the holidays!

NSWCHPT CEO Steve Edmonds said earlier this year park managers banded together to list some of the most common things left behind at their parks by guests with treasured teddys and toys (and a poor child called Hamish) topping the list.

“Our park managers within the group represent decades of experience in the caravanning and camping industry and have much wisdom to share on how to get the most out of your cabin, caravanning or camping holiday experience this Easter.

“Some of our parks even offer complimentary caravan parking which prevents a lot of conflict and is jokingly referred to as a ‘marriage-saving’ service, while other parks will help set up tents which have a mind of their own.”

“We had 10,408 bookings made at our parks last Easter break and we want to ensure everyone has the best holiday experience they can with us,” Mr Edmonds said.

“Our guests are in true holiday mode when they stay at our parks and delays, tears and tribulations from forgotten or missing items can impact on that.”

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