Is it “camping” if you have Wi-Fi and food trucks?


Is it really camping if you have Wi-Fi and food trucks?

The Federal Government wants to update our National Parks with these and other amenities to lure more people to camp in our parks and increase revenue. But is that really "camping"? The idea of camping for some people means "roughing it". All you need is a tent and some supplies and that's it. Others wouldn't even DREAM of camping without at least SOME amenities. Do you think that offering Wi-Fi and food trucks is enough to get more people into camping, or do you think it's just not that popular anymore? Check out more here

Source: news.yahoo.com

Photos: giphy.com