My name is David Richmond, and as a 54-year old father of three girls, that has consistently been camping at least once per year for the last 30 years, I would consider myself to be somewhat of an expert on the subject.
I’ve camped all throughout Ontario Canada, pitched tents in British Columbia and outdoor camped in Wyoming, Utah and Tennesse.
My three girls, the twinkles of my eye, have all attended summer camps; both sports, religious and generic ones. Their growth during these summers away was astonishing, and I hope that your children can have the same experience.
As an owner of an RV, and having a tent full of camping gear and travel accessories, I believe I’m well placed to give you the product knowledge you need before any trip.
The difference between a trip where you are in the heart of the wilderness with a tent versus in the comforts of an RV campsite is enormous. Camping with an RV has been called “Glamping”, or glamorous camping. To some extent, I buy into this description. Staying in an RV gives you the comforts of a comfy bed and on-site toilet, plus protection from wild animals and insects. However, there’s nothing quite like the rugged, primitive existence that you experience when pitching a tent.
Regardless, on this website, I contrast the two so you can make an informed choice about which style of camping you would prefer.
Enjoy the website and I hope my advice helps!