Checklist For Starting A Glamping Business

1. Research local, state and federal regulations governing businesses in your area

2. Choose a business structure: sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company (LLC), or corporation

3. Register with the IRS and get an Employer Identification Number (EIN)

4. Obtain a business license from your local or state government

5. Create a business plan that outlines goals, objectives, target market, budget and strategies for growth

6. Develop a branding strategy to differentiate your glamping business from competitors

7. Identify the type of glamping accommodation you will offer (e.g. cabins, yurts, tents)

8. Secure a location for your glamping business

9. Set up camp amenities like bathrooms, showers, fire pits and grills

10. Market your glamping business online and through traditional advertising methods

11. Establish relationships with local vendors to provide supplies for your glamping business

12. Hire and train employees to manage operations

13. Prepare a pricing structure for your glamping services

14. Ensure customer satisfaction by providing excellent customer service