How to Plan Your Camping Trip in 3 Easy Steps

If you haven’t been camping since 1983, you may have noticed that booking a campsite has changed. If you are new to camping, you might be wondering how your family can find their new favourite summer vacation spot. Searching by amenity, choosing your type of camping, and finding a time that works are the three steps to booking your camping spot in summer 2022.

Search for Campgrounds by Amenity

One of the great things about campgrounds getting more details online is that you have a better idea of what is offered before you get there. Many campgrounds these days provide more than just camping spots. You can find golf, swimming lessons, watercraft rentals, fishing and hiking. The campgrounds on Let’s Camp have all of these amenities listed, making it easy to find what you are looking for.

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Plan How You Want To Stay

Camping doesn’t just mean sleeping on an uncomfortable air mattress in a too-small tent or having to own your own RV. Cabin rentals, as well as “glamping,” are becoming all the rage. If you are looking to be a bit more mobile and explore a few different campgrounds, there are many RV rental companies, such as RVezy or CanaDream. You can try out the experience of being an RV owner without a significant commitment. Of course, you need to make sure your campground offers the style of camping you are looking for. Not to worry, Let’s Camp makes it easy to search for campgrounds with tent sites, RV sites or Cabins.

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Find a Time That Works

This is likely the most challenging aspect of booking a camping spot. Odds are you have some limitations to when you can take holidays, and between kids activities, it can be hard to find a time to get the whole family together. With Let’s Camp, you can effortlessly search by date for campsites in your area. No more calling a campground and leaving a message only to find out their times don’t work with your schedule. Many campgrounds offer shoulder seasons – meaning they open earlier in the spring or stay open later into the fall. This can be a prime time to take a weekend away as campgrounds are typically less busy at this time. 

More and more campgrounds are starting to take bookings for summer 2022. Find a campground you love today at Let’s Camp.


Are you looking to get outdoors and go camping this summer, but don’t have an RV? Why not rent one?

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