Summer Camp: 5 Fun Ways to Enjoy this Seasonal Pastime


Summer is in full swing and if you're looking for your next great adventure you may want to add camping to your activity to-do list. Whether you prefer being outdoors surrounded by a crackling fire or simply lounging around in your living room, we found five fun ways for you to get your camp on this summer!





1. Classic Camping

Traditional outdoor camping has always been a fun way for nature lovers to enjoy a night in the wilderness. Whether it is gathering around the fire, swimming in the lake, or relaxing beneath the stars, camping is a great way to de-stress by unplugging and connecting with the beauty around us. If you're ready to sleep under the stars, or at least under a tent ceiling, then take a look at the checklist below, grab your supplies and get ready to enjoy the ambience of the great outdoors.









2. RV Rental

Whether you are driving on the road or or parked aside a scenic location, RV rentals offer a unique way so camp this summer. If you enjoy being outdoors but also on the road, why not rent an RV this summer! With access to necessities such as air conditioning, a kitchen, a bathroom and a bed, RV’s are the perfect way to enjoy a camping experience this summer. To check this off your summer 2021 bucket list, be sure to go online and check out local RV rentals near you. Most importantly, get outdoors, socialize, and enjoy the ride!





3. GLAMPING

Why go camping when you can go glamping? If you are looking for a way to get outdoors this summer without the hassle and stress that comes along with camping, glamping might be the right choice for you. Where nature meets luxury, glamping will allow you to get a good night’s sleep in a real bed, all while breathing in the fresh air from the outdoors. So forget your tent equipment and sleeping bags and give glamping a try. Take note that many options require you to bring your own sheets, toiletries, and paper products, but bathrooms and even microwaves and refrigerators are usually included. Check out sites like www.hollyshores.com or glampinghub.com for more possibilities.