No matter where you plan to travel this Labor Day, getting out to the campground with your family is a must for many avid campers. Enjoy these easy RV tips below! We’ll share four of our best Labor Day camping tips for getting your crew to the campground this fall!
Labor Day is one of the busiest weekends at the campground, so you’ll want to make your reservation ahead of time. Plan to be flexible with your reservations, meaning you may need to settle for a site that isn’t your dream location or call around to other campgrounds to find an available campsite. Additionally, if you have not made your reservations well ahead of time, you may need to adjust the dates to arrive a little early or late to get to the site you want.
Verify Fire Regulations
No matter where you are in the U.S.A., you’ll want to verify what the standing fire regulations are for that area with the campground. With the number of wildfires this year, it’s likely that many campgrounds will have fire bans in place to prevent additional fires. Just ask your campground ahead of time so that you can plan.
Plan a Camping Menu
Make your camping experience easier by planning your camping menu ahead of time. You can save even more stress and time at the campground by prepping your meals beforehand. Pack meals that you can make in 30 minutes or less and try to plan dinners with minimal clean-up to save you time washing dishes at the end of the day.
Packing for Labor Day
You’ll want to pack for warm weather, but it’s always a good idea to bring a jacket in case the nights are chilly. Additionally, you should plan to pack things like hammocks, camp chairs, table cloths, and tarps. Taking along bikes for your entire crew is a great way to get some exercise together while you explore the campground, as well.
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