Take it from those who know, a flooded tent is no fun at all. Avoid dips and low spots, and look for level ground free of tree roots.
Fortunately, you won't find these issues at Sun RV resorts. Tent sites are level and grassy, while RV sites may be grassy or feature a concrete or gravel pad.
Nobody likes to use the directions, but they can be a lifesaver when setting up a tent. Additionally, when purchasing a tent, look for those with shock-corded poles that easily snap into place.
The same advice goes for RVers. Err on the side of caution and follow the step-by-step guide!
Storing food in your tent is asking for trouble. It'll attract hungry bugs and critters, and you'll also risk spilling food in your tent. Instead, store your food in a sealed cooler or container in your car or RV.
You'll also want to keep your trash sealed and stored in your car or RV. Which brings us to our next point…
Don't leave garbage sitting around your site and always clean up before the next guests arrive. Keep trash in a sealed container and dispose of it in the dumpsters at your campground. Select Sun RV resorts may also offer trash pickup at your site.
And that's about it! Setting up a campsite is far easier than commonly thought.
Remember that when staying with Sun RV Resorts you can expect great amenities right at your site. These vary by resort, but can include the following:
Plus, you'll enjoy clean shower facilities, convenient laundry facilities, and fresh water spigots near every site. And if you're not much of a tent camper, remember that Sun offers a wide variety of RV sites and vacation rentals including cabins, cottages, and more!
Now that you know how to set up a campsite, share this post with your friends to help them get started on their own camping adventures.