Camping Pride and Joy in the Campground

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Campgrounds are great. They are enjoyable places to be. The entire family can come to the campground, share time and conviviality around the campfire, making smores, grilling hamburgers, playing in the lake and generally being good participants at life. Campgrounds bring together people of all ages and backgrounds. They are in the 21st century inclusive.

In 2014, consumers spend more than 1.5 billion U.S. dollars on camping equipment, a large proportion of which was on backpacks and sleeping bags. On average, campers spent 14.9 days camping, either in a tent, RV, cabin, or yurt. The 2014 American Camper Report shows that 40.1 million Americans, or 14% of the U.S. population over age six, camped in 2013.

Campers can camp in many different locations in the country. There are campgrounds in Minnesota, in Michigan, in North Carolina, in Tennessee, in Georgia, in Florida, in Arizona, in Colorado, in California, in Oregon, in Washington State, in Maryland, in Illinois, in Iowa, in Montana, and more.

There is likely a campground in all 50 states and the U.S. territories. On average, campers travel more than 180 miles to go camping. 10% of campers went on their first camping trip in 2012, and almost all (99%) of campers said that they were likely or very likely to go camping again the following year.

A general camper is likely to do the following things: Rent a cabin, buy a tent, or buy a recreational vehicle. Those are three options for shelter while camping, though it is entirely possible that some campers will choose to sleep out under the stars, like the bygones of a bygone age, drifting in and out of a comatose sleep under the sky.

Campers need tools to be able to camp. They need shelter, in the form of a cabin or a tent or a recreational vehicle. They need sleeping bags, if they are staying in a tent. They need a leash or a holder for the cats and dogs. They need food provisions, such as graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate for the smores.

Campers need a car or vehicle generally to get to the locations, where they will be camping. They need clothes for the season, such as sweaters and coats if it is winter, or swimming trunks if it is warmer weather and they are wanting to swim at the swimming pool by the campground.

They need bathing supplies, such as shampoo, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and more. They need towels for the swimming if they want to swim at the lake by the campground. If there is a lack. Sometimes there isn’t a lake, which is disappointing for children who want to swim.

For current campers, 85% of them went on their first camping trip before their 15th birthday. It is difficult to ascertain how many young people end up going camping when they are later in life, but apparently some do, as many of the current campers, according to this survey, camped before the age of 15.

There is little more precious and beautiful in this world than a campground teeming with wildlife, like baby lizards, lady bugs, centipedes, wild boar, deer with white tufts, bears, big ole bears, bears with extreme prejudice around human beings (and dogs and cats), and bobcats and coyotes and lions.

Depending on the area, the wildlife can vary significantly. There may be bobcats in Arizona and turtles in Maryland. There may be deer with white tufts in Tennessee and spotted hare in Illinois. There may be coyote in Montana and bears in California. It all depends on the area and the regions and the state where the person is camping.

Little is more disappointing when it comes to camping then to have a lack of food for the camping trip. Stomachs will growl and people will go hungry if there is not a consistent selection of food for the trip. This includes meals and snacks for the children as well as the adults.

Little is more disappointing when it comes to camping than an issue with the weather if the weather gets colder or warmer or it starts to rain or snow. This can lead to issues with tents and with canvases and with cars if they fail to start in the snow or sleet.

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