Sometimes spending a night out in the wilderness is what is needed and wanted in a camping trip. However with technology finding its way into outdoor hobby, are you truly getting the same experience? The ideal outdoor experience is just to kick back and listen to nature and at night admire the stars. It puts the mind at ease when you stray from the fast life and enter the calm outdoors. RV’s can hide this side of camping. With tenting, however, there are no limitations and no distractions to the experience of camping. Camping is one of the least expensive hobbies, especially when your means of camping is to use a tent rather than a RV. For little to no money, you could enjoy a nice outing in the wilderness. Even though camping is inexpensive, RV’s make camping unaffordable to some. For example, a 2011 Winnebago Tour is for sale for $359,603. (Camping) With tents there is a tremendous difference in price, ranging from about a $20 tent to a $500 tent. Tenting, per night, is cheaper than staying in a motor home in the same circumstances. A major reason camping is less expensive is because there are state run campgrounds, which fund the preservation and maintenance of the campground. These state run campgrounds are located all over the United States and near major wildlife preserves allowing true nature to be witnessed by campers. There are two types of RV’s. The first type is a motor home, a highway drivable home that you can park at any campground and expect to live there. The second type of RV does not have a motor in it. It is not drivable and requires an alternate towing vehicle to allow travel, such as a towing capable truck. The combination with the truck and the RV creates a motor home. There is not a noticeable difference in price. However when camping in a tent an additional towing vehicle is not necessary. Motor homes are made to make you feel as comfortable as if you were in your own home. Yet motor homes also cost about the same, if not more, than a...
Cited: Camping World. 7 June 2008. 16 November 2010
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