Both shows saw good foot traffic with a healthy crowd ofenthusiasts and over 200 exhibitors—like Karma Campervans offering nice rentable vans—in attendance.
“We couldn’t ask for a better turnout. It’s been fantastic! Everybody’s really engaged and seems to be excited about all the exhibitors, and we’re seeing a lot of traffic at our booth—a lot of intelligent questions and people wanting to learn more about us,” Colin Monner of Glamping Resorts LTD told Modern .
Monner said that being at an in-person event for the first time since the pandemic took “some getting used to” but noted that “it’s nice to feel the energy again”.
The Saskatchewan-based glampingis opening a new location in Castle Provincial Park—about a three-hour drive from Calgary where the shows were held.
“We’re [also] expanding our Saskatchewan locations. So we are just really excited about being able to host new families and returning families in 2022,” Monner shared.
A Stones Throw RV Campground, a seasonal with a focus on nature, was also in attendance. Eight green themed parks, two washhouses, walking around its private reservoir, two off-leash dog parks, a community garden, and more are set to accommodate and RVers beginning May.
Trending products on exhibit at theAdventure Show are some smaller pull-behind and inflatable hot tubs. Meanwhile, the Bike Show featured an array of e-bike options on display.
There was also an abundance ofbureaus from all over the world as bounces back.
G Adventures sponsored this year’s Adventure Show. The company provides small-group tours, safaris, and expeditions all over the world.