Most campers are respectful of nature and their environment. They camp because they love spending time outdoors and they make an effort to keep the outdoors clean for the people who will be camping after they do. There are plenty of ways to be earth-friendly when camping and it’s a good example to set for the little ones who are up-and-coming campers, too.
Reduce – Camping is the perfect setting for combining and sharing resources. You can save money and storage space if you’re camping with others by planning to distribute the responsibility for bringing a list of camping gear between families. Instead of everyone purchasing a grill, a lantern, and a Yardzee game, a little bit of coordinating can add to the enjoyment of your trip.
Reuse – Second hand gear is a great idea, particularly if you’re new to camping. It can lower the expense and increase the variety of items for you to try. Many communities have resale shops which stock used camping items and Ebay is another option which is a website for auctioned camping equipment.
Recycle – Instead of tossing your plastic into the trash, make an effort to keep it separate and put it in the recycling instead. This small gesture can add up over time and you’ll be doing your part in protecting the earth’s resources for future generations.
We want your camping experience to be memorable and we look forward to seeing your smiling faces around the campground. Be sure to make your reservation and we’ll see you soon!