While tent camping can be an absolutely wonderful experience for some, it isn’t for everyone, particularly families with young children. Going without a bathroom as well as modern day conveniences of a refrigerator and air conditioner can take some of the enthusiasm out of a camping trip. Conversely, RV camping provides the fun aspects of camping, such as campfires, s’mores and outdoor activities; yet the experience comes with many of the conveniences of home: Fox News reports.  It truly gives campers the best of both worlds.

Despite the gas costs of driving an RV to your destination, RV camping can be a most economical way to spend a vacation. It eliminates the need for hotel and restaurant expenditures. Another financial advantage is that many campgrounds are like resorts, having a host of amusements like outdoor movies and miniature golf. Some campers refer to these parks as “the best small towns in America.”

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