Sure, there are real advantages to remote campsites in serene settings that require a traditional, almost ceremonial journey in the family car or camp bus to get to. A classic wilderness experience is truly unique. It is only one tool — one version of camping that is used to achieve the goal of building strong kids and strong families. But it comes at a cost — economic cost, time, and reduced market size due to customer concerns. The Bright Side …


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