A phone ringing off the hook has been a welcome sound for the managers of the Horsham Riverside Caravan Park.
With restrictions easing across regional Victoria on Thursday, the park is now able to reopen.
Park co-manager Sue Jones said there had already been a rapid influx of bookings.
"We are absolutely stoked, to tell you the truth," she said.
"It all started on Wednesday. People started ringing to ask if we were accepting bookings and it has just barely stopped.
"It's exciting to say the least, because it's been so dead quiet. We've had a few essential workers and things like that, but other than that it has been dead for a while.
"It's going to be great to get people back."
Ms Jones said it was an opportune time for their doors to reopen.
"With the weather getting warmer and school holidays coming around, it's perfect," she said.
"We've got people booking from all over regional Victoria. People have even been booking for up to a week, just to get away.
"From two, three, four days - people really don't care, they're just glad not to be stuck indoors."
Ms Jones however said the business was taking protocols to ensure all visitors and people making bookings were from regional Victoria, and not Melbourne.
It was a similar story at the Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park.
The park received "more than 1000" emails in 24 hours after the easing of restrictions was announced.
They said the September holiday period had already been mostly booked out. They said they were still taking online bookings.
It had however been a more muted response at the Natimuk Lake Caravan Park.
Sharon Crozier said there had been "one or two" inquiries, but not a huge influx.
She hoped there would be more bookings in the coming days, as people began embracing freedoms again.
"We get a lot of people staying out here to go rock climbing, but we also get a lot of blow-ins that just drop in. Hopefully we can see a bit more of that soon," she said.
"The only other thing is we don't have school bookings this year. There's normally schools coming from Adelaide and Melbourne, about seven different schools that book every year.
"They would generally range from 30 people up to more than 100, but they have obviously all cancelled this year, so that's a shame."
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