Sleeping off the ground
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Viet Pham is a professional chef, winner of Iron Chef America vs. Bobby Flay, and owner of Pretty Bird Chicken. When Viet isn't taking the culinary world by storm, he enjoys getting out into nature in his RV, and foraging for ingredients to create beautiful, natural meals.
Noel believes the outdoor lifestyle should be accessible to everyone. She enjoys sharing her passion for camping with those she loves and has become a weekend warrior who gets outdoors as often as possible. For Noel, camping is about the people you are with and the way you interact with the great outdoors - there is no wrong way to camp.
One of the myths Janine Pettit works to dispel about the Girl Camping movement is that you have to already own a trailer to participate. She recommends not running out and buying a trailer before you know how you want to use it. There are so many trailers to choose from and you should take your time and get to know what’s out there. Janine camped with three newbies who each experienced camping for the first time in different ways. There is really no wrong way to camp like a girl.
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When I look back on childhood, the thing that stands out to me is camping. When I’m in a vintage trailer it just evokes a memory to me of the safety you felt when you were a kid.
No fumbling in the dark with tent poles, no rummaging in a duffle for a camp stove—we just flicked on the lights, cooked dinner, and then folded out the bed.
Simon and I enjoy mountain biking. Having all my gear ready to go in the RV makes adventurous road trips easy. It’s a fun and convenient way to explore.
I think when you love something, you want to share it with those that you love. And I think that the way I was raised, camping was not just about where you went or what you did, it was about who you were with and it was important for me to be able to share that with someone that I love.
We love coming back to the same campgrounds and RV parks over and over again because we make friends here. It’s another neighborhood to hang out with family friends.
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Travel Trailers often have large living room areas and dedicated dining and kitchen space with full size appliances and large windows for lots of natural lighting.
Travel trailers are large enough to offer extra storage cabinets and full size showers and bathtubs.
Travel Trailers are large enough to offer a private bedroom, sometimes with king size beds, and additional closet and cabinet space.
In addition to couches and dinettes that convert to beds, some travel trailers have full sized bunk beds with additional storage space.
Travel Trailers are the most popular type of RV because they come in all shapes and sizes and can accommodate solo travelers all the way up to large families.
- Sleeps up to 10 people
- Extra storage
- Full-sized bathroom and toilet
- Large living space & separate bedroom
- Large Entertainment Systems
There is a traditional living space with a kitchen and bathroom, bench seating that converts to an eating area and sometimes bunks that fold up and down.
Much like a pop-up, the sleeping areas pop out from the sides creating extra space and the canvas sides give you a view of a starry sky.
There is enough space to prep and cook meals as well as wash up with the basic kitchen amenities.
The stovetop area is covered when not in use creating more prep space.
Expandable RVs are a cross between a hard-sided Travel Trailer and a Pop-up camper. Parts of the RV can be expanded on the ends or on top of the RV to provide more room that is usually additional sleeping areas.
- Sleeps up to 8 people
- Light-weight, can be towed with a family car, minivan or SUV
- Bathroom amenities
- Open-air sleeping experience
The canvas-sided sleeping areas in pop-ups allow fresh air to breeze through the RV so the user can feel like they are sleeping outdoors without sleeping on the ground.
Tables and seating can be folded up and down for multiple uses such as eating, sitting, or sleeping.
With sides that pop out, there is plenty of space for two sleeping areas and a full dining area within the pop-up.
Pop-up campers are designed for the RVer that wants to feel closer to nature and connected to the outdoors in a way that feels as though you are sleeping outside in the fresh air. Pop-ups offer plenty of room at the campground but are folded down to a more compact size for easy storage and travel.
- Sleeps up to 8 people
- Easy to store
- Basic bathroom amenities
- Open-air sleeping experience
Lounge, Cook, Sleep
The bench seating teardrop trailers is often used for couch space, seating for meals, and converts to a bed for sleeping. Basic kitchens are standard in teardrops.
Despite their exterior appearance, there is plenty of room to stretch out, cook, and sleep.
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