5 Reasons You Should Take A Fall Camping Trip
Summer is behind us but thatâ€™s no reason to winterize your RV. These five reasons why fall camping is awesome explain why you need to hit the road before the darkest days of winter begin.
1. Less people, more camping space
Did you bomb at getting into your favorite campground last summer? So did most of us. Camping and RVing is more popular than ever and many RVers are complaining about campsite competition during the pandemic. But before you get irritated too, remember: people are creatures of habit and birds of a feather. Fall gives you a chance to take advantage of their habits.
For example, only the most enthusiastic outdoor lovers think fall camping is awesome. The rest will prepare to winterize their RVs and hunker down for the next few months. Most people just arenâ€™t hearty enough for camping during fallâ€™s cold, crisp nights. Those that are willing to do it, tend to flock to America’s most popular RV destinations.
Grand Tetons Fall colors are spectacular. (Image: liveworkdream.com)
What will happen during the fall and winter 2020 RV season is anyoneâ€™s guess. After all, the pandemic may cause a ton of campgrounds to continue enjoying full occupancy. More adults are working on the road and their full-time RVing kids are roadschooling too. But my gut feeling tells me that even during the pandemic, the most popular campgrounds will see fewer people than during summer.
To lower the odds of running into other campers, stay away from the most popular RV destinations. Use a route planning app like RV Trip Wizard to find an out-of-the-way remote campground that you might just have all to yourself.
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René M. Agredano