Your campground decision may also impact what you have to bring along with you. For instance, if the park you choose does not have an on-site laundry facility, you would likely have to pack more clothes to bring along. The same can be said for the activities that you can participate in. If your campground park has a swimming pool or a hiking trail you may want to bring along a bathing suit and sneakers, respectively.
The campground that you choose may also have an impact on how many outside trips you have to make. In the United States, you can find a relatively large number of campgrounds that have on-site general stores or even first aid centers available. Should you forget to bring anything on your trip or even if you suffered a small injury, you may need to leave the campground should you not have what you need. While this may not seem like a huge deal, it may put a damper on your camping trip and impact its success.
The above mentioned ways are just a few of the many that your selected park can impact your next camping trip, both in positive and in negative ways. To help ensure your next camping trip is all that you had hoped it would be, you will want to take the time to find the campground park that best fits you, your needs, as well as your wants.