When you’re looking for family camping vacation spots, you want to find the perfect one that’s fun for the entire family. Whether you and your family want to spend your vacation in your RV, a resort-style living space, a cabin, or rough-it in a tent or yurt, there are public campgrounds that will appeal to you and your family. indicated that 99% of the campers surveyed were planning to go camping again in 2015.
Many families plan year-round for their camping vacations. They may even plan for their next one while still enjoying their current one. In fact, results from the 2014 American Camping Report
While some of these campers stated that they were “likely” to go camping in 2015, others replied that they were “very likely” to do so. It’s also interesting to note that most campers plan approximately five camping trips ahead, while two-thirds of experienced campers plan two or more trips ahead of time.
There are quite a few benefits to staying in family campgrounds. The most obvious, of course, is being able to spend quality time with your family. A recent camping survey showed that 13% of the adults chose to go camping so that they could spend more time with their family. This survey also showed that the first time 12% of these adults originally went camping was with their immediate families.
Another benefit to staying at family campgrounds is the opportunity to hike and backpack together. In the spring of 2014 alone, for example, 38.05 campers enjoyed hiking and backpacking within the past year.
Other benefits to staying at family campgrounds include outdoor activities. This was true for 87% of the campers that participated in the survey. In addition to just enjoying the outdoors, these activities might also include swimming, mining for gems, rockhounding, arts and crafts, and educational hikes.
Family camping vacations also provide opportunities to learn about the area within which the campground is located. This might include local historical events and sites as well as native plants and wildlife.
If you’re one of those families that plans several camping vacations a year, have you considered going somewhere new this timer? Whether you haven’t camped at one of the local camp grounds yet, or are curious about one that’s a fair distance away, you’ll be able to cross it off your list of all the places you’d like to visit with your family.
indicated that 99% of the campers surveyed were planning to go camping again in 2015.