(Nov. 22, 2017) — RoverPass, the camping industry’s first full-service booking platform, announces a number of product upgrades that drastically improves the booking process, while remaining free to RV park owners.
(Nov. 14, 2017) — RoverPass, the camping industry’s first full-service booking platform, announces a number of product upgrades that drastically improves the booking process, while remaining free to RV park owners.
(June 22, 2017) — RoverPass released apps for Android and iPhone users that allow them to search, compare, and book space at more than 20,000 campgrounds across the country.
(May 1, 2017) — The companies have integrated their two proprietary systems to make it easier to virtually tour campgrounds and reserve campsites. The partnership is a targeted effort by the two young companies to re-shape the classic camping industry.
(Sept. 15, 2016) — RV park booking engine and travel site raises a whopping 1M seed round as their online reservations product hits the market.
(April 12, 2016) — As the RV industry continues to grow, RoverPass.com makes it easier to search, compare and book outdoor adventures. With over 14,000 parks on board, RoverPass offers RV park and campground booking technology for travelers nationwide.
(Dec. 17, 2015) — RoverPass of Austin, Tex., is offering an online platform which allows consumers to search and send multiple reservation requests to RV parks and campgrounds for free.
(Dec. 14, 2015) — “We are only charging $49.99 for the RoverPass RV Discount Pass because we want to reward early subscribers this holiday season and we look forward to having a long-term relationship with them,” said Parikh.
(Aug. 18, 2015) — The RV industry’s “data man,” Walworth’s team provides the other half of the market report. Where the RV Industry Association compiles a monthly statement showing how many RVs have been shipped to dealers from manufacturers, Statistical surveys shows how many of those RVs have been sold and in what markets, down to the zip code. The second guest is Ravi Parikh, the president of RoverPass, a new website set to rock the outdoor hospitality industry by pushing reservation requests directly to campgrounds by phone, e-mail or fax in real time.
(Jan. 7, 2015) — The free setup takes about 15 minutes and parks only pay when an actual reservation is made. Parks can cancel anytime with no strings attached, making it easy to dive into the world of online booking.