4 Tips to Help You Avoid the Summer Camping Crowd

The busy summer camping season is in full swing. Many serious campers made their reservations back at the beginning of the year. If you forgot, or just decided to add in a last minute trip, you could be out of luck at the most popular campgrounds. However, all is not lost. You can plan a great trip and even avoid the busy summer camping crowds. Here’s 4 tips to help you out:

Wine Country RV Resort

California has some of the most beautiful wine country that you can see. The rolling hills and vineyards create a refreshing and relaxing atmosphere that you just can’t get enough of. Wine tastings, tours, and events abound and are waiting for you to partake of. If you are an RV’er looking to take it all in, Wine Country RV Resort in Paso Robles provides the perfect setting for basecamp.

The Best of Wine Country

WICphoto4Wine Country RV Resort is one of California’s highest rated RV Parks. The resort is located within walking distance of EOS Estate Winery and provides a walking trail to the winery that is open daily. There are also more than 70 other wineries in the surrounding area for you to visit and enjoy. (If you need a way to safely transport your wine bottles in your RV, consider this DIY RV wine rack. It was originally installed in an Airstream travel trailer.)

The resort has their own Wine Garden, which is used for wine tasting, dancing, live music, and outdoor movies. The entire family can enjoy

4 Unique Camping Trips You Have to Take

When you think of traveling do you think of staying in a hotel? If so, it may be time to join the world of camping. More and more people are starting to enjoy camping as they travel. Now, you need to understand that camping doesn’t mean the same thing it used to mean. It is no longer just pitching a tent out in the woods. From RV’ing to glamping the camping options have expanded tremendously. These 4 styles of camping might just make you want to get out of your comfort zone: