Depending on the region where you intend to camp, makes a lot of difference if is in high or low season – the climate is different, the number of campers is different, the care of the owners with the camping is different.
Especially in the southern region, with the end of the summer, many campsites are closed due to the decrease in the number of campers and reopen only at the beginning of the high season.On the other hand, many others follow open, running the whole year, although with little movement. The arrival of winter and the cold makes the low season even more evident and, often, it is not possible to maintain the same operation and the services offered in the summer.
The FuiAcampar Team, you usually know the campsites outside the high season, was realizing some things throughout your experience. Check below some tips I prepared not to give zebra time to go camping in the off season.
On the site FuiAcampar, where we will mark what the period of operation of the camping. But if you go camping during the low season, it’s important to give a call before, to make sure that the site will be open. Bear in mind also that, if the camping is just for one person or a family and any unforeseen happens the person responsible needs to get out of camping, there may not be anyone to receive you.
Differently, in the high season the campsites are organized to receive tourists systematically, so that there is always someone at the site.
It is quite common that during the low season, some facilities such as bar, restaurant, swimming pools and other leisure activities are not offered. If you go to site in order to use a particular service, be sure to call first and make sure it will be running.
The maintenance of a camping is generally labor-intensive and expensive. Therefore, in low season many campsites leave the tall grass, the dung on the floor, the bathroom not so clean etc.This ends up making the rustic sites, which can please or displease the campers, but generally does not compromise your operation.
Many campsites that have animals (sheep, cows, horses, geese, dogs etc.) usually leave them loose during the low season. This is not usually a problem, since they are not usually aggressive.But you should be aware that this can happen.
This is rather relative, because it depends on the location of the camping, the ProFi l people who usually attend the site, among other things. The low season can be so much more secure as most dangerous, depending on what are the risk factors of the site. It is important always to talk informally with the person in charge to understand how you can prevent some problem. Keep in mind that if you have a situation of insecurity, there may not be many people around to help.
Depending on the time and the place where you go camping, you may happen to be the only (or the only) local campers. If you enjoy silence, peace and quiet, this is the big plus point of camping in low season! You will have space in the world for spreading abroad and enjoy a camping (almost) unique.
And if you want to camp out in the off season, but I don’t want to feel “alone”, simple: invite many friends to go camping with you!
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