As COVID-19 begrudgingly releases her terrifying grip on the world, people from all walks of life are emerging to find a much-changed landscape when it comes to planning their summer vacations. Where before the family might have gotten on a plane and flown to a distant location where they would stay in a hotel room, both of those activities have become somewhat fraught with fear over the lingering possibility of becoming infected with the dread disease.
It’s safe to say there are probably very few people whose lives haven’t been impacted in some way by the pandemic of the last year. And many are now seriously sick of the surroundings in which they’ve been hunkering down in isolation. But they are also wary of putting themselves at risk of becoming infected with coronavirus, right when they’ve finally been given the go-ahead to finally get out and about.
Just in time for summer vacation planning, industry groups are releasing data about their findings that camping and staying in recreational vehicles eliminate much of the anxiety about having to sit too closely with other travelers on airplanes and other common carriers, or having to use hotel rooms in buildings with shared ventilation systems.
Of course, this is no surprise to us. We’ve always known about the benefits of fresh air coming through the screens, the disinfecting properties of bright, happy sunshine, and the generally uplifting qualities of camping outdoors. After all, we were social distancing long before it was cool.
We invite you to discover for yourselves the joys of creating your own pseudo-isolation pod inside one of our modern, well-equipped, thoroughly sanitized travel trailers for your own safe, relaxing vacation. Commune with nature, strengthen your immune system with a long hike in the High Sierra, and wash away your cares in the sparkling waters of our area’s Alpine lakes and streams. Enjoy the closeness of family and good friends inside, while taking advantage of the world’s largest back yard.
Come stay with us at Bridgeport Vacation Trailer Rentals this year, and remember what a vacation should feel like.