Fall break is in just a few weeks and you cannot wait. With a chance to spend four straight days with your two daughters you are more than anxious for this year’s fall break. From the chance to spend long morning breakfasts together to taking the chance to spend some time on the lake where you have rented a cabin, you simply cannot wait until you are able to leave work and hectic schedules at home and enjoy the vacation at the campgrounds and other places where you can enjoy the scenery and the fresh air.
Cabins are a great family vacation spot. The fact that cabins are in terrific locations around the country means that you will likely be able to find a spot near the vacation locations that you are hoping to visit. From cabins in New York where you hope to visit Niagara Falls or take in a show to cabins in Montana where can spend long days hiking or riding horses, vacation destinations can often include an affordable stay at a campground.
Whether you are looking for a fall break away from work or you are simply looking forward to spending uninterrupted time with your children, the decision to make sure that you find the right place for your gathering. With a chance to stay in fancy hotels or comfortable campgrounds, family vacations can take a couple of different directions. And while some families like to spend time in fancy hotel with expensive restaurants, others are content to stay in cabins nestled away in beautiful spots where outdoor activities are everywhere.
Consider some of these facts and figures about family campgrounds around the country and the opportunities that these vacations provide:
- Nearly 40 million people went on a total of 515 million camping trips in the year 2010.
- According to 47% of adult campers, the single biggest motivator for going camping is the joy of camping in and of itself.
- 87% of campers participated in multiple outdoor activities.
- Consumers spent more than $1.5 billion on camping equipment. A major proportion of this expenditure was on sleeping bags and backpacks.
- 34% of campers did not make advanced camp site reservations.
- 63% of adults indicated that they stay within 150 miles of home during their camping trips.
Finding the best vacation spot can help families build family traditions that will create memories that will last a lifetime.