Now that the holidays are over, the next big thing to start planning is a great family Spring Break trip! Whether your family is made up of seasoned campers or this will be your first camping trip, spending Spring Break at S&H Campground is the perfect way to reconnect and make fun new memories. Today, we’re discussing everything you need to know about planning a family camping trip this spring.

Plan a Spring Break Camping Trip

Plan Ahead

You may be thinking that it’s too early to start thinking about Spring Break. After all, the holidays just ended and the decorations just got put away. However, when you start planning early, you can often find special discounts and offers, you’re more likely to be able to book the RV or campsite you really want, and you can avoid any last minute planning anxiety. Do your future self a favor and get on the ball early this year!

Research Some Camping Basics

Another great benefit of planning your Spring Break trip a few months in advance is that you have time to do your research. If you don’t regularly camp, it’s a good idea to use this time learn about the gear you need to pack, how to choose the right campsite for your family, and how to set up and break down your campsite. You could also pick up some handy skills like how to cook over a campfire or how to identify constellations while star gazing.

Find The Right RV Rental

At S&H Campground, we have classic motorhomes, travel trailers, and pop-up campers for rent. The motorhome is the biggest and most equipped, so you’ll have everything you need for a camping trip in one vehicle. Travel trailers also have all the comforts of home with the added bonus of being a trailer that you can unhook and leave behind. And pop-up campers are plenty comfortable and user-friendly, so they’re easy for first time campers.

Ready to start planning your Spring Break trip? Reserve your RV and campsite at S&H Campground in Indiana today by contacting us at (317) 326-3208. We can help you make a reservation, or you can book online anytime.

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