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You are spending some time researching timeshares, hotels and other options, trying to decide where to stay on your next vacation. You want to travel to a new destination or maybe one you are familiar with. The problem is that it’s always so expensive to stay there. Maybe the problem is that you are only looking at or considering a few options. What about camping? It’s something you used to love to do and there’s no rule that says you can only camp on a trip that will include time in the great outdoors. People camp now to have an affordable place to stay as they travel longer and farther than they ever considered before.
Camping isn’t like it was when we were kids. These popular destinations have bathroom facilities that are clean, places for you to store your stuff and enjoy tons of activities. These new tents are nicer than some people’s apartments and they have more space too. Could you have ever imagined a tent that has three bedrooms and a living room, along with a screened in porch? To make things even crazier, you can now hookup portable A/C units so that you can stay cool and comfortable at night. But maybe you want a little more protection around you at night.
That’s fair enough and there are great deals on smaller campers that are easier to tow or can be driven themselves. You have more options than ever before, and most camping destinations will offer plenty to accommodate their guests. For them, the advantage is that they do not have to spend the same money on cleaning services and utilities that a hotel would. For you, you also benefit from those savings.
Another thing to consider is the advantage camping gives you when it comes to your actual vacation. Let’s say you want to visit some of the sites in Orlando and around it. There’s plenty to see but why deprive yourself of the natural and eco system that the Sunshine State also has to offer. Adding camping to your agenda can enhance your vacation and make it a lot more fun.
If your goal is to save money but still travel as you’ve always wanted to, don’t commit to timeshares and hotels that are going to eat up your budget. Instead, have some fun, get back in touch with nature and make your next vacation an even better one that fits your budget.