Two of the biggest changes in 2020 were the advent of Work at Home and the Staycation. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, businesses had to pivot to a remote work atmosphere. Those that adapted quickly were are able to survive. Families had to rethink the way they spent their days at home together and how quality vacation time could still be achieved without flying or hotel stays. When it was time to get away, RV Parks became the attraction of choice. Travelers had control over their living conditions, the excitement of a vacation and access to the great outdoors. However, the new generation of recreationists were not looking to rough it and leave civilization behind. They wanted to have the best of both worlds, a chance to get away and disconnect but simultaneously the opportunity to stay involved with business, watch movies or even stream their favorite video games. Similar to other industries, RV Parks that were able to adapt quickly became the most desirable locations.