Is camping in campgrounds a social thing or would I look like a weirdo if I go by myself?
- RickLv 56 months agoFavorite Answer
All sorts of people camp for all sorts of reasons. The campgrounds themselves tell you a lot about their visitors. KOAs close to interstate highways tend to get more single night traveling stayovers. State Park campgrounds with water parks attached or nearby along with other family oriented activity availability tend to attract families staying longer. Camper 'types' are many and varied. You'll find loners along with social butterflies. Campers as a rule are decent and nonjudgmental people. No one will think you weird for camping alone.
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- mr wenrichLv 66 months ago
it is usually for R&R that stands for rest and relaxation
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- Holo HoloLv 76 months ago
That would be their problem. I camp by myself all the time.
- daniel gLv 76 months ago
A lot of campsites are arranged for multiple camping groups, those seem to favor a more social crowd.
My notion of camping is wilderness with not a soul for many miles. Have done a number of the public campsites though, get to one a few days before a holiday, you are by yourself, then fills up before the long weekend hits.
Don't think others would find that weird. Seen backpackers spend a day or few.
- Anonymous6 months ago
Most people on their own seem to be sleeping over and setting out again the next morning.