The best way to a Camping success
Spending your holiday or week-end on a camping trip can be a
very rewarding experience. Camping is great when you are looking
for adventure, especially when your destination of choice is an
intriguing and exciting environment. Camping is also a way to
find the peace and tranquility you wish for, leaving your daily
problems behind. There's no better way to spend your vacation
than camping right in the heart of nature. Think about it! If
it's adventure you seek, why rent a hotel room when you could
set camp on a camping site and get right in the middle of things
for a low price and twice the fun! Pack your gear and taste the
excitement! Here are some things you should consider when
planning a camping trip:
Camping in a crowded place is unpleasant so check out if there
is some park land outside the campground if you it's privacy
you're looking for. If you go camping in the mountains, when
checking in to your campsite, ask the ranger if there are any
fire restrictions and if bears have been a problem lately.
Be sure to also ask the rangers about any nature programs going
on while you're there. They could range from guided nature walks
to evening campfire talks.
There can be a great difference between expectations when
camping at private campgrounds versus camping at public
campgrounds (campgrounds in national park, state parks, and
national forests). Private campgrounds may offer amenities not
found in public campgrounds - swimming pools, restaurants, etc.
On the other hand, public campgrounds are cheaper, usually more
spacious, but offer simple restroom and shower facilities.
If you're a tent camper, ask upon check-in if there is a
tent-only or primitive campsite available. If so, take it
because you'll be further away from the noise of RV
air-conditioners and generators, things that tent campers in
search of well deserved relaxation try to avoid when camping.
Whatever type of camper you are, while planning your next
camping trip be sure to weigh your wants and needs against the
amenities being offered when considering a campground.