If you’re new to the camping world, you may be holding on to a few common fears or myths that come with the camping territory. Many people have preconceived notions about camping that stop them from experiencing the joy of camping. Our team at Unlimited RV doesn’t want you to miss out this season so, today, we’re debunking three common myths for you.

Camping Myths Debunked

1. The Bugs Will Eat You Alive

While there’s no guarantee you won’t have at least one nibble on you, there’s also no guarantee mosquitoes will ruin the experience. It depends on where you camp and when you camp. As long as you camp in a dry place, wear protective clothing, and use waterproof mosquito repellent, there is no reason to fear the little pests. It’s also a good idea to make a campfire, keep your doors shut, and be careful with flashlights and lanterns as they’re more likely to be attracted to those types of lights.

2. You Won’t Sleep Well

Research actually suggests that getting away from artificial light and exposing our bodies instead to the changes of natural light associated with daybreak and nightfall might help reset our internal body clocks and improve sleep quality. We also recommend investing in a quality mattress for your RV, along with some comfy pillows and blankets.

3. The Food Will Be Terrible

Another myth about camping is that you have to change the way you eat. This can be particularly concerning if you are on a diet or have certain dietary restrictions. However, you can put that myth to rest as our RVs are equipped with a refrigerator, a stove, and a microwave. You’ll have all the amenities you are used to as you explore the camp life.

Contact Us for Your RV Rental

Hopefully, debunking these myths has put your mind at ease about camping. It’s an experience you’ll never forget! Visit Unlimited RV Rentals & Sales located in the Prospect, Connecticut, area. You can easily pick up your RV rental and be on your way to nearby campgrounds in no time. To find out more or to make a reservation, contact us today at (203) 527-7026, or book online at your convenience.