From the writers at The Sacramento Bee.
It’s summertime and you’ve decided to go camping. Obviously, the options abound, from backpacking in the wildneress to “glamping” at a pricey resort. But we decided to break it down to two basic choices: tent or trailer?
It depends on what you are looking for when you go camping, said Craig Stott, co-owner of Crescent Work and Outdoor in Modesto. “Both have their pros and cons.”
Trailers or recreational vehicles can be limiting as far as destinations – you need a hookup or, at the very least, a big enough space to park. That can get tricky at popular campgrounds such as Pinecrest and Kennedy Meadows, Stott said. But with tents, “it’s more difficult to get out of the elements,” he said. “And you can’t just step inside and start the blender for margaritas.”
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