Camping with full hookups can be a great way to enjoy the outdoors while still having access to modern conveniences. But, as with anything else, there are pros and cons that come along with this type of camping experience. Let’s take a look at some of them:
Pros to Camping with Full Hookups
- You don’t have to worry about finding water or dealing with primitive bathrooms; you get all the comforts of home without leaving your campsite!
- You won’t need any additional equipment like generators or extra fuel for cooking since all your power needs are taken care of by the hookups.
- If it rains heavily and makes it difficult for you to cook outside, then you can easily use your RV kitchen instead!
- Many campgrounds offer Wi-Fi internet access, so you can stay connected even when you’re out in nature.
- Full hookup sites typically come with picnic tables and fire rings for cooking up delicious meals over an open flame.
Cons to Camping with Full Hookups
- Depending on where you camp, full hookup sites may be more expensive than other types due to their increased amenities.
- It’s also possible that these sites will attract more people who want those same amenities which could lead to overcrowding in certain areas during peak times.
- Some campers may find that they miss out on some aspects of “roughing it” since there is no need for setting up tents or dealing with other inconveniences associated with primitive camping sites.
- Lastly, if something goes wrong (like an electrical issue) then chances are it’ll require professional help which could cost even more money on top of what was already spent for the site itself!
- Depending on where you go, these types of campsites may be more expensive than primitive ones due to their added convenience factor (but not always).
- There could be extra noise from other RVs if your site isn’t spaced far enough apart from others at crowded parks/campgrounds during peak season(s).
Overall, camping with full hookups can be a great way to balance the convenience of modern amenities with the traditional camping experience. While there are pros and cons to this type of camping, it ultimately comes down to personal preference and budget.