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Jellystone Park Cabins Capture That 'Wow!' Factor

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July 9, 2012 by   - () Leave a Comment

One of the new cabins at the Jellystone Park near Harrisville, Pa.

Tracking over 230 lost site-nights for cabin rentals prompted Denny Quigley to step up and add two more cabins to his inventory at the Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort at Kozy Rest near Harrisville, Pa.

“Last year, after hearing the reservation staff telling people we are sorry we don’t have a cabin available, I decided to have them start keeping track of the lost sales,” said Quigley, owner of the 164-site park. “I was shocked to see the total lost sales from early July through October to be over 230 site-nights.”

The demand for cabin rentals is at an all time high throughout the outdoor hospitality industry. Quigley stated that his cabin income is up 20 percent already this year.

That’s when Quigley started to look at cabin manufactures at the Leisure Systems Symposium, ARVC Outdoor Hospitality Convention and the PCOA convention. “We have a 5W park and I was looking for rentals to meet our standards,” Quigley said. “That’s when we went back to Fork Creek Cabins of Paradise, Pa. We had purchased two cabins from them in 2010 and they have been great.”

The interior of one of the new cabins.

Jellystone Park at Kozy Rest was recognized as ARVC’s Medium Park of the Year in Savannah, Ga., last December and offering quality amenities is very important. “We really try to go after the Wow factor in everything we do,” said Quigley. “It means a lot when we escort our customers to the cabins and hear them say WOW when they walk through the door. The next thing we hear them say is that they need to show this to their friends or relatives.”

Fork Creek Cabins was Quigley’s choice because “They pay close attention to the details like the cabinetry and trim work. They use quality materials throughout the cabins. Jonathan Allgyer from Fork Creek cabins has been very flexible to work with on the floorplans and details. We wanted Moen faucets and Jonathan worked with his supplier to see that they were installed. From Dan Allgyer, the owner, to Amos the delivery and setup person, they really have our best interest in mind.”

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