Camping during autumn could be pretty exciting. Perfect hiking mornings, chilling mornings, and eating some warm well-prepared food out in the wild, all make camping during this season a mandatory activity for any outdoor fanatic. Here are eight good reasons to go camping in the fall.
1. The Scenery
Nice colors dominate during the autumn season. This is when fruits and crops become ripe and leaves fall off trees making it a perfect time to explore the woods. During this season, there are a couple of places to explore in New England. It’s best you make adequate inquiries before embarking on any trip.
2. The Weather
Camping in the fall is more comfortable than in the summer. Your coffee and any other liquid substance never taste so good compared to that of an autumn morning.
3. Fewer Bugs
Naturally, insects prefer a moderately hot climate than the fall temperature. The forest campsites are often more comfortable during this period. But still keep your bug sprays handy.
4. A Restful Night’s Rest
It feels more comfortable sleeping on an autumn night unlike having to share a miniature space in the tent during summer months.
5. Fewer Crowds
One of the most significant attributes of camping is coming in contact with new people and making new friends. A busy campground can be devastating, but with fewer people, one can enjoy a lot of hiking trails.
6. Cheap Rates
After the period of highest demand, you can get your campgrounds at an economical rate. Stop making reservations and opt for the best services in order to enjoy the best of your camping.
7. Camping Food
Cold weather makes foods at campsite enjoyable. Enjoy your evenings with cold-weather meals during camping.
8. Different Activities
Normally during autumn, there are lots of camp activities. Research shows that autumn was once a peaceful season in a good number of countries but unfortunately, the reverse is currently the case. Most countries now have fewer campers traveling. However, most often, different activities make the campsites fun. Why not try the activities listed below when next you go camping;
- Apple and pumpkin picking
- Visit Local harvest festivals such as October feast Halloween events