Being surrounded by nature’s beauty, campfire food, singing under the stars, and a special camaraderie are just some of the attractions of staying at a campsite. However, those attractions can lose their appeal or become problematic for others when people don’t follow the rules of camping etiquette.
Category archives: Campgrounds
Tips for using campgrounds
Designated by the US Congress, the US has 63 areas known as national parks, chosen for their beauty, ecosystems, geology – and more. The national park designation means that these spaces are protected, allowing us to enjoy them responsibly and sustainably for years to come. And there are so many differences between them all!
Passport America advertises that you can save 50% at nearly 1,600 campgrounds. But, what's the catch? We'll explore the pros and cons of the discount program as well as some alternative options.
Have you seen the above terms used interchangeably? They should not be! While I never thought I'd call myself an "expert" on any subject, I'm pretty confident about my definitions on this topic.
When you're first starting the RV life it can be very overwhelming. Checklists for departing, arriving, etc. can be very helpful in ensuring you don't make mistakes. After a while, it seems to become second nature but even a seasoned RVer can benefit from having a checklist. We've posted a few articles recently about common mistakes RVers make, having a checklist can certainly help to prevent some of those mistakes.
If you have been traveling in an RV for a while you know that campground prices can be really expensive. Especially when they add up while you are on an extended vacation or traveling full-time. Here are some of the sites and apps we have found that can help with the expense of camping:
- Boondockers Welcome
- Passport America
- Good Sam Club
- National, Provincial, and State Parks
- Harvest Hosts
Here are five camping apps we use and love:
4. Reserve America