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Preparation is the key to a successful camping vacation. It should not exactly be a “hop in the car and go” situation. You should think about the season and the weather. In addition, unless you want to sleep in the backcountry, you will likely need to reserve a campsite in advance. Preparing for your camping vacation in advance will make it more enjoyable and less stressful. Let’s go in right now.
What sort of camper you are?
It’s helpful to think about camping as a collection of subgenres. While some campers like a true “back to the basics” experience, others want a few comforts. You can plan the perfect camping vacation if you give some thought to the kind of camping vacation you want to enjoy.
Using a Tent
By far tent camps are the most common, as it often entails sleeping in a tent in a designated camping area with access to basic amenities like flush toilets and running water.
Since cars may be driven right up to the campground, this type of camping is quite common in North America. You may pitch your tent on the ground, on the apex of your automobile, or even on a blow-up mattress at the back of an SUV if you’re feeling very daring.
Caravan or Tent Trailer
Traveling by campervan, where one either tows a camper or drives a van outfitted with all the comforts of home, is becoming increasingly common.
This is for all you serious campers and hikers! There are no amenities at these campsites, so hikers must bring everything they need, including food and drink (or a water purifier to filter water from lakes). This is the style of camping most people undertake once they’ve had some experience.
Choosing a Camping Site
Picking a campsite is something you should always plan ahead of time. Just a few factors to think about while selecting the best campsite for you:
What are the campground’s rules and regulations? You may want to know whether there is a strict no-smoking policy if there will be any closures, or if pets are permitted (say, if you are traveling with a dog).
How far in advance do you have to make a reservation to guarantee a certain campsite?
Picking the Perfect Campground
Whether you’re camping in an official park or a sanctioned campground, choosing the right spot might be the gap between a memorable and forgettable trip. You should prioritize finding a site with the following characteristics. Ideally, it would be somewhere with a beautiful view or by the water. These campsites are often located in secluded areas, far from the main clusters.