Monthly archive for May 2013

Camping Season Is Upon Us


Camping Tip Of The Day

Rent Onsite

Another new trend in rental RVs is the rent onsite market. You rent an RV and the rental agency delivers the RV you pick to the campground of your choosing within a certain area. This is convenient for several reasons. You arrive in your own vehicle, so you can leave the RV in the campground and take your own vehicle with you on side trips.If your vehicle isn't equipped to tow a trailer you can still camp out in an RV. You can rent an RV at a vacation destination and not have to worry about the hassles of towing and driving it yourself.You don't have to provide linens, or any other camping gear, the rental RVs is fully equipped.Onsite rental RVs are a great way to experience the RV lifestyle without any of the hassles. Check local RV rental centers to see if they provide this service.For more Camping tips, visit http://Camping.lifetips.com




Of course, it depends on what part of the world you’re in, but for much of the world, it’s the season for camping.

Boy, it seemed as if the cold would never abate.

So, what should you be thinking about now?

If the thought of dragging out your tent and related material brings out the irritation, consider car camping.

When I was younger I could take camping in a tent. Sure, it was annoying to deal with the morning due and frigid temperatures, but young bones adapt.

These days, I just can’t stand the thought of sleeping in a tent. I need to be off the ground. I need to feel more secure. I need to feel about 10 degrees warmer.

So, I decided to start sleeping in my car whenever I went camping. I have a car well suited for this purpose: A wagon. All I need do is open the back and attach a “car tent”. Then I open a window as need be. To keep out bugs, I cover any opening with black meshing net. Then I just lay down blankets and I’m done.

What an improvement! I’m off the ground so I don’t get wet. It’s several degrees warmer in the car. I am safer. I keep the key in the ignition and a planned escape route in case of trouble.

Also, I have a coffee maker that plugs conveniently into my car’s outlet. It’s all ready to go. If I want I can set the timer.

Consider car camping.

Pat Reynolds, Editor
http://comfortcamping.com

 


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