If you’re thinking of escaping for a tranquil mountain camping trip in Fernie, now’s the time.
Many people believe the beginning of autumn marks the end of camping season. Fortunately, some have the wisdom and time to take advantage of the best season to camp. In fact, it is the best season to visit Fernie for quality camping time and here are the ten top reasons why:
1. Evening Campfires
Campfires are much more fun when the weather is a bit chilly. The autumn season is the perfect time for roasting marshmallows and staying warm around a campfire. The campfire ban is lifting Friday, September 14th, and the resort has lots of firewood.
2. Brisk Days
Summer days curtail many outdoor activities is the heat of the day. When autumn rolls around, we receive a welcome reprieve from the warm weather, making Fernie wonderful for golfing, fishing, hiking and biking, or just walking into town.
3. Gorgeous Colors
As the temperature drops we start to see colors, we are treated to a colorful tapestry that is breathtaking at times. Camping encourages you to go for a hike, take a look around, and enjoy the beauty nature offers during the season.
4. Wildlife Activity
As the residents of the mountains prepare for winter, there is often increased wildlife activity. This makes autumn the ideal time for animal watching, as you are sure to see an animal or two. And remember, do not feed the bears!
5. Warm Coffee
There is nothing quite like waking up to a steaming cup of coffee on a fall morning. However, drinking that coffee in the great outdoors while relaxing in beautiful Fernie does make the experience even better.
6. Snuggly Sleeping Bags
We offer yurts and tenting and sometimes even RV camping calls for a sleeping bag. This is especially true during a chilly autumn camping trip, when snuggling up with those you love is simply heavenly.
7. Delicious Foods
With autumn comes a vast array of delicious comfort foods around the campfire. If you don’t feel like cooking, Fernie’s restaurants are minutes away.
8. Golden trails
In Fernie the Larch needles turn a brilliant gold light up the mountains, then they cover the trails. Hiking or mountain biking on a golden trail is as close as you’ll come to heaven, unless you hike to Fernie’s Heavens Gate.
9. Quiet Fernie
Schools in, need we say more. Families are back to school and work, and the Fernie RV Resort is very quiet. Everything is quiet in Fernie this time of year. It’s your’s to discover.
Finally, we should mention that the FRVR rates decrease in the Autumn. Off season pricing is in effect for mid-week in September and full time starting October 1st.
Make your autumn travel plans today and book on-line here.