Camping is a favorite past time for families across the US. With around 40 million people that went camping in 2010, totaling around 515 million outings, it is no wonder that so many enjoy being in the great outdoors with their families. Finding the ideal camp sites however, is becoming increasingly harder. This is due to the camp sites being overrun with many families, or over saturated with theme park attractions. Private campgrounds can provide the laid back, outdoor experience you’d like to have with your family, without the commotion that comes from the public campgrounds.
Most camping, around 70% of it, is done in public campgrounds. This means that most of those families that oversaturate the areas, are all within the public domains of camping. Whether camping with kids, or not, many of the people flock to those campgrounds that provide them with the familiar feelings, or with a lot of amenities, cable and electricity; so they do not miss the comforts of home. While, family camping vacations are one of the most popular choices for those in the US, spending about 534.9 million days camping alone in 2011, it is also done in many of the familiar campground locations.
What if You Had a Campground All Your Own?
While, it might not be completely your own, but what if it was a private campground, a camp resort, that was built just for you, with you in mind? You could enjoy the finer things in life, and have a camping experience unlike any other? Whether you bring your RV, have a tent or want to try out cabin camping, these private campgrounds can be personalized to your unique camping taste. Private campgrounds can be a new thing when trying to bring the family somewhere fun, somewhere laid back and somewhere that is not over saturated with other campers.
Do you have a private campground you’d like to try out? Camping is an exciting adventure, so why not choose a new place to call your own? These campgrounds welcome one and all, and each provides a different experience for the people going to them. Bring your friends, go alone, bring the family and just have a great time at a private campground that was built around the idea of having a wonderful experience.