One of the key decisions you have to make, while establishing a water sports park, is on the location where the park is to be situated. In actual fact, the success of your water sports park will depend on the location. If you get a good location, chances are that many people will visit the water sports park – translating into higher revenues, and ultimately better profits. Conversely, if you get a poor location, you will end up with very few people visiting the water sports park. That will translate into poor revenues, low profits (or, in fact, losses) — and you may soon or later find the project unsustainable.
In selecting an ideal location for a water sports park, you need to pay attention to several things, including:
- Access through public transport: an ideal location for a water sports park would be one that is easily accessible through public transport. This way, even people who don’t have private means of transport (who may be the majority) would be in a position to visit the park conveniently. Remember, people usually visit water sports’ park in their leisure time. Take, for instance, someone working at the local Darden restaurant. He may, at some point, visit the krowd darden employee login page, sign in there, and navigate to the work schedules section — to see when he is scheduled to be off-duty. Now after going past the krowd darden sign in page, and navigating to the work schedules section, he discovers that he is scheduled to be off-duty that weekend. And so he starts planning on leisure activities. This is where the idea of visiting the water sports park may come up. But the person in question here is only likely to consider visiting the water sports park if he can get there conveniently, through public transport. Therefore accessibility through public transport is a key consideration. Therefore, even if you can’t get a location directly on the public transport route, you should at least endeavor to get one that is close by. If, for instance, you get a location that is, say, 10 minutes’ walk from the local bus stop (or the local metro station) that would still be better than a location that is totally inaccessible through public transport.
- Other nearby facilities: if, for instance, you can get a water sports park location that is close to a shopping center or a popular amusement park, your chances of success will be higher. See, the folks who visit such nearby facilities may get bored with whatever is on offer there – and decide to explore the area. That is how they may come across your water sports park, if it is near other leisure/amusement facilities. Conversely, if your water sports park is isolated, it means that you would miss out on such ‘incidental’ visitors.
- Safety/security: if you can get a location for a water sports park in a neighborhood that is considered ‘safe/secure’ your chances for success will be very good. Remember, people tend to care a great deal about their security and wellness.