What campgrounds are people most looking forward to staying at?
There are many reasons to choose a campground, but one of the most common is its size.
Some people say they’ll be staying at a campgrounds that is large enough for all their gear, while others want the perfect space to rest their head in while they sleep.
But there are also those who are looking for campgrounds with a more intimate setting.
“It’s kind of like a bedroom,” said Sarah Miller.
Miller was born and raised in Florida, where she has lived in both campsites.
Miller said the comfort of her own bedroom is what drew her to campgrounds.
“The closest thing I’ve ever experienced is in my grandma’s house in North Carolina, and that’s just like the closest I’ve gotten to a family home,” she said.
Campgrounds can be a bit overwhelming, especially for older families, but the answer to that is knowing where to park.
While many campgrounds have signs saying “park on the street,” others don’t.
“You can park in the parking lot.
You can park behind the trailers.
It really depends,” Miller said.
There are also other amenities, like bathrooms, shower rooms and kitchenettes, that can make a campfire go a long way.
Camping is a lot more affordable for younger families, and older families can enjoy their time in the woods with their family.
“We can have a whole family of six on a day out camping.
We can have four or five of us, and I think that’s the most fun for me,” said Erin.
“When I look back, it’s been a blessing in disguise, and the things I’ve learned, and then the people I’ve been around and my family, I think it’s really a good thing,” said Miller.
For Miller, camping is a way to get away from the daily stresses of life, and enjoy the camaraderie of friends.