It seems to me that there is a lot of people getting into RV'ing lately. I am one of them. When I was younger and my kids were young we did a lot of camping. Mostly tent camping because that is what we could afford. It was our vacation in the summer. 2 weeks in the Keys or the panhandle of Florida or on the spoil islands in the Indian River. We also spent weekend camping with friends close to home.
When our kids got older and as we got older, sleeping on the ground was not so much fun and we lost interest in camping not to mention careers and making a living. I can remember the last time I tent camped was Thanksgiving 1998 at Long Point Park near Sebastian. Every morning I got up I said never again.
That held true until August of 2012 when we bought our first TT. We have since bought our second and bigger unit. Our friends, who we camped with when we all had young children, also now have RV's. It seems we have come full circle. We are all in our 60's to early 70's and it seems to me that a lot of baby boomers are now camping in a more comfortable way.
Are the baby boomers taking over the RV industry? Will we all be fighting for the same spot in a camp ground?
Just my observation, I have 6 close couples as friends and we are all camping again.. What do you say boomers....