Do you like to go places and see things? Maybe occasionally meet people as well? If so, then you probably suffer from the affliction most commonly known as Wanderlust, and that is a primary cause of National Park traffic jams. It’s an epidemic!
If you do like to hit the road for more than a day, and are creeped out by motels after seeing Psycho on TV, then you’re probably a candidate for any one of the major campground home-away-from-home options currently offered. The most basic of those is the tent, which gives you protection from morning mist and mosquitos, but little else. Should you not be interested in being eaten by a bear in your tent burrito then you’ll more likely want to try something a little more substantial like a trailer. Or if backing up is not on your resume’s list of skills, a camper/motorhome.
These days you don’t even have to sink a lot into any of these options as most are available to rent. If you are a traveling man (or woman) what is your preferred campground accommodation? Do you like the bare essentials nature of a tent – so easy to set up and take down? Or, do you like a trailer, more substantial lodging, but there is that whole backing up issue? Maybe you like a camper, which can’t easily be left behind like a trailer can, but then again, it can’t be left behind like a trailer. What is your campground preference?