Having a basecamp when you’re out hiking, fishing or hunting is a great idea. It’s where you’ll come back to once you’ve experienced all you want to for the day, and there’s no better basecamp than an RV. Here are some reasons why.
SETTING UP CAMP IS Easy
No matter where you choose to make your basecamp, you’ll find that it’s easier in an RV. There is no longer the hassle of unpacking your truck and setting up a tent. Get things level, put out the awning and slides, and you’re ready to go out and experience the great outdoors.
Fewer SECURITY WORRIES IN AN RV
When camping in a tent, there isn’t much security. This can cause some anxiousness if you leave something at camp while you’re out hiking or hunting. Having an RV and using it as your basecamp allows you to leave non-essential items for hiking or hunting back at your basecamp without any worry of them being damaged or stolen.
A Comfortable PLACE TO SLEEP
Sleep is a huge part of your basecamp. You may choose to spend a night out camping under the stars, but there’s no denying that having a nice bed to come back to after a couple days out hunting or hiking is an extremely welcomed convenience.
Access TO COOKING & BATHROOM ESSENTIALS
In addition to having a place to sleep, there are two other things you need: food and the ability to use the bathroom. If you’re a hardcore camper, then you’re likely used to doing both out in the woods or wilderness when necessary. However, nobody is going to be mad about the availability of a nice small kitchen or a compact bathroom in an RV.