There’s some question whether traveling in a comfy RV is “camping,” but a lot of us still call it that. Regardless, most of us like to get away with a recreational vehicle – or simply a tent, portable stove and sleeping bag.
Why do we do it? Or more to the point, “Why do you do it?”
The 2017 American Camper Report by the Outdoor Foundation stated that more than 40.5 million Americans, or 13.7 percent of the population over age 6, camped in 2016, totaling 587.2 million days. The report listed the words participants associated with camping as “escape,” “peace” and “happiness.”
Are those the words you would use? Or is it something else?
Would you please leave a comment with the one word you would use to describe your RV “camping?” Feel free to explain why you chose that word, but start off with the one single word you most associate with camping as you experience it.