RVC Outdoor Destinations announced the grand opening of AdventureWorks Hot Springs at its Catherine’s Landing outdoor destination in Arkansas.
“Guests are seeking high-quality, memorable experiences,” said Andy Cates, CEO and general partner of RVC Outdoor Destinations, in a written announcement. “As we continue to expand our guest offerings at RVC properties throughout the United States, we’re pleased to offer a world-class adventure park that includes 12 zip lines, a sky bridge, and an incredible aerial experience.”
Jennifer Halverson, president of AdventureWorks, said, “We’re thrilled by the opportunity to partner with RVC Outdoor Destinations. They offer the complete outdoor hospitality experience to guests who want to camp comfortably. AdventureWorks is happy to be a part of the RVC movement and excited to add another major tourist attraction to the Hot Springs, Ark., area. We felt there was no better place to get people in the air than beautiful Catherine’s Landing.”
While the new regional attraction is open to the public, Catherine’s Landing guests will receive special pricing to experience the new addition. The tour takes about an hour-and-a-half, includes 12 zip lines varying in length of up to 800 feet and heights of up to six stories, provides various tree-top activities, and includes routes for all ages and abilities.
The AdventureWorks Hot Springs Grand Opening will be March 29 and 30.
In addition to Catherine’s Landing, RVC currently operates Outdoor Destinations and RV Resorts in Colorado, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Texas.
RVC Outdoor Destinations announced today that it has formed a marketing alliance with Knoxville, Tennessee based Pilot Flying J – the largest retail operator of travel centers in North America.
According to a report on Examiner.com, as part of the program RVC is helping their guests sign up for the Pilot Flying J rewards program – a free rewards program for RVers.
“We wanted to partner with Pilot Flying J not only because they are a top-rated company, but also because we feel the pain of the rising gas prices, especially for RV travelers,” said Yale Spina, RVC vice president and director of operations.
RVC is providing guests with a membership pack that includes a Pilot Flying J frequent fueler advantage card plus an RV travel guide in an effort to keep RVers on the open road. The frequent fueler card provides discounts on gasoline, diesel, propane fuel and dumping fees at over 550 participating Pilot Flying J locations. The nationwide travel guide shows the location of participating Pilot Flying J travel centers along with the facilities offered at those locations; like restaurants, RV parking, RV dump station and bulk propane.
Existing members of the Flying J Real Value rewards program can continue to use their old loyalty card but will need to register their information at the frequent fueler advantage website. Registration brings additional member-only benefits including travel center discount coupons that can be used on in-store merchandise or in Pilot Flying J restaurants. More importantly, the new loyalty card will allow RVers to use the “Pump Start” program in the Pilot Flying J truck diesel lanes.
After RVers have accrued 500 gallons of fuel, you will be able to unlock Pump Start to turn on the pump just by swiping your loyalty card. After registering your card, visit any Pilot or Flying J front desk to sign up for Pump Start. All you need to do is present your driver’s license to the cashier along with your Frequent Fueler Advantage card.