New Regional Listing Sites in TX, OK, CO

It’s Cabin Time® in Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado! After a year of setbacks for small businesses everywhere, ItsCabinTime.com is working hard to expand its collection of vacation rental listing sites into new states, bringing the book-direct experience to independent vacation rental owners and property managers of all sizes across the United States.

With our launch of a regional book-direct listing site in Texas (www.RentTexasCabins.com), Oklahoma (www.RentOklahomaCabins.com) and Colorado (www.RentColoradoCabins.com), It’s Cabin Time® is reaching out to independent owners and managers with low introductory rates to help build a robust selection of cabins, cottages, lodges and homes in new areas — and keep travelers coming back to rent with small business owners, without commissions or hidden fees.

Following its launch in May of this year, RentTexasCabins.com welcomed its first small resorts to its membership: Barons CreekSide Swiss Village in Fredericksburg, Country Woods Inn in Glen Rose, and Crystal River Inn in San Marcos! These pioneers of the Texas book-direct movement have since been joined by unique accommodations at Cool Water Acres in Bandera and most recently, River Road Escapes in New Braunfels. Visit RentTexasCabins.com to browse these rentals using our interactive map and search tool.

Also launched in May 2021, RentColoradoCabins.com was up and running this summer with its own early-adopter resort members: Loveland Heights Cottages in Estes Park (right at the base of Rocky Mountain National Park) and Hideout Cabins in Allenspark and Lyons.

In the summer of 2021, It’s Cabin Time® welcomed its latest members to the brand-new RentOklahomaCabins.com — Log Cabin Escape in Caddo and Persimmon Creek Cottages in Sharon.

It’s Cabin Time® is excited about new opportunities to deliver its low-annual fee, commission-free, book-direct listing service to independent vacation rental owners and managers operating their small business in the western United States. We extend our hearty thanks to our new partners in Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado for helping to realize its book direct mission. 

Still looking for a reliable book-direct option in your state? It’s Cabin Time® has several more regional listing sites in its sights, including an imminent expansion into Georgia (www.RentCabinsInGeorgia.com), and North Carolina (www.RentNorthCarolinaCabins.com)! These states are currently offering new members a “pre-launch” sign-up discount of 50-percent off the annual subscription rate.

Vacation rental owners and local managers in Georgia or North Carolina can visit these fledgling state listing sites and enter their contact information to secure an early adopter discount.

Have questions for our founder, Joe Mogensen? You can contact him here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joemogensen1/

Book Direct Coming Soon to 5 New States

It’s Cabin Time® continues its #BOOKDIRECT success story with an upcoming expansion to Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Georgia and North Carolina!

With regional travel to remote locations more popular than ever — and an increase in site traffic to match — It’s Cabin Time® is anticipating the rollout of book-direct listing websites in FIVE NEW STATES in the near future.

If you are a vacation rental property owner or manager in CO, TX, OK, GA or NC looking to expand your book-direct marketing portfolio, CONTACT US TODAY to be added to our mailing list! Early adopters will receive a 50-percent discount on their first-year annual listing fee of $118.

Ready to start your membership today? Add your pin to our map at itscabintime.com for a one-time cost of $50, and receive an additional $50 discount from your listing fee when we launch in your state!

Be one of the first in your area to benefit from no-hassle direct booking connections and targeted regional traffic.

Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Georgia and North Carolina will join the ranks of our popular regional listing sites in Wisconsin (launched in 2009), Michigan (2013), Minnesota (2013), New York (2014), Montana (2015), Tennessee (2016), and Kentucky (2019).