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Your Campsite, all in or slowly slowly? 2 months 3 weeks ago #1006

We asked this on the Podcast tonight: If you had a field for a camp site would you go all in with full facilities or do it Dicks Field style and gradually improve and build up?

What are your thoughts?
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Your Campsite, all in or slowly slowly? 2 months 3 weeks ago #1010

Hi Chris,

Interesting topic. I suppose it all comes down to available funds. My heart tells me I would like to do the big bang effect with a small number of pitches and all the facilities but then my head is telling me that I probably need more pitches to generate an income and then invest that income in improving services. Wish I had the dilemma though... :)

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Your Campsite, all in or slowly slowly? 2 months 3 weeks ago #1011

Good point Tourer. I dont think I would like to manage a campsite as I'd never get to go camping in Summer in Ireland.

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Your Campsite, all in or slowly slowly? 2 months 3 weeks ago #1012

Ah Chris,

I wouldn't mind managing the campsite all summer if I could spend the cold, wet miserable Irish winters in Spain or Portugal...

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Your Campsite, all in or slowly slowly? 2 months 3 weeks ago #1013

I'm all for go BIG or go home but like I said on the podcast if I open a campsite I'm divorced (again)


Aaron
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Your Campsite, all in or slowly slowly? 2 months 5 days ago #1018

funds would dictate the pace of development - HOWEVER, in an ideal world, ALL IN, similar to Nagles etc :) :)
if it cant be fixed with a hammer, its an electrical fault......
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