Consumers View RV Travel Safe as Fears of Coronavirus Mount
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Bobby Cornwell – President and CEO of the Alabama and Florida Associations of RV Parks and Campgrounds shared ““RVing has always been considered the most flexible form of vacationing, allowing families to tailor their entire vacation experience from beginning to end. It is, obviously, also a very safe form of vacation since you are protected by your own home on wheels.”
Newport Dunes is open and welcoming campers. If you concerned about coming, please read our business continuity plan as we respond to COVID-19. “Our campers safety and health is our number one priority” explained Alex Sandander, General Manager of Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Marina. “We have stepped up our cleaning protocols and have hand sanitizer stationed at all our public areas. We have also temporarily suspended our group activities, however; there is plenty of recreation to enjoy.”
An RV is extension of your home. Families can travel and stay together and experience the outdoors. Getting outside and enjoying nature is still a safe activity, as long as social distancing is practiced.
If you are getting stir crazy at home, consider camping at Newport Dunes. We are open and welcoming guests.