New Year’s Day means a new chapter of camping, RVing, and enjoying the outdoors.
While 2017 was a GREAT year (we loved every moment with our guests!), here are our 5 camping resolutions to take 2018 to new heights:
Resolution #1: Meet New People
Whether you camp in a tent, an RV or a cottage, the possibilities to meet new friends are endless. Forming a #CampCrew is a great way to enjoy activities like kayaking on the Rehoboth Bay, swimming at the pool or a campfire dinner.
Plus, the people camping at Massey’s Landing or your favorite campground will have similar interests. All it takes is a friendly, “Hello!”
Resolution #2: Aim for 10,000 Steps Daily
It’s easy to stay seated all day long without intending to while camping or dig into a bag of chips on the ride to the campsite. And, while we are all for unwinding and recharging, we want to make sure we’re mixing in healthy habits to stay in tip-top shape for tons of adventuring throughout the year.
10,000 steps is our way of staying accountable and making sure we’re moving. Whether it’s a walk around the campground or a bike ride into town, we’re going to commit to being conscious about movement!
Resolution #3: Adventure Every Season
As far as seasons go, summer definitely steals the show when it comes to vacationing. It’s warm, the days are longer, and the kids are out of school, but there is definitely something to be said about fall, spring, and winter camping.
The “off-seaons” are a great time to get affordable campsites for a long weekend, midweek or extended stay vacation. Plus, there are still a lot of fun activities to enjoy. For example, Massey’s Landing has events every month we’re open!
Here are some of our resources on “off-season” camping:
Resolution #4: Learn Something New
That’s right, 2018 is the year to learn something new. Whether it be trying a tasty new recipe or tackling how to paddleboard, we’re ready to bring a new skill or activity to camp.
Resolution #5: Introduce Someone to Camping
We all have a friend, coworker, or family member who has yet to experience the joy of camping. Take this year to introduce them to the outdoors.
Here is our advice on getting an indoorsy friend outside!