Co-living, COVID recoveries, and a side hustle idea
Hey Justin! You still think this is a solid idea? I am based in PA (plenty of nearby land) and am analyzing land prices 1 hour out for this type of business model. The availabilities on the newer online marketplaces for camping/off grid getaways that you mentioned still seem to have tons of room to run for improvement (referencing your SF airbnb playbook)
Even thinking it could couple as a venue for "runningman"* style events (small sized health/wellness summits with sauna/plunge/race/activities). This would probably be 2-4x per year but still could provide profit and advertising to the offering nonetheless.
Have you done any more writing on the "mobile living with a crew in pursuit of a hobby" thing? Very interesting.
Love the idea of trying to take advantage of these newer "airbnb for camping" platforms! Would love to read more if you learn more about it Justin!
Glamping requies power, plumping and septic.
Honey wagons? Onsite power plant?
I've given this a great deal of thought, but you're going to find out that there is a "Camper" on a spectrum that you are going to price out, and it won't take much for them to compete.