NEW YORK — For many people, camping evokes visions of fishing, tents and swatting mosquitoes, in areas where outside communication ranges from difficult to impossible, The New York Times noted.
Jim Rogers, the chairman and chief executive of Kampgrounds of America, would like to dispel the one-size-fits-all perception that camping often receives.
“The campground is an oasis for genuine engagement,” Rogers told The New York Times. “We’ve redefined camping, as we now have zip lines, horseback rides and pools at many properties.”
The New York Times explained Rogers recently talked about maintaining a high level of hospitality while adapting to the tastes of the modern camper.
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