Ready to take your hunting season to the next level? Tired of going out of the field for a few hours per week and coming home empty-handed?
Then it’s time to start taking serious hunting trips. And no, it doesn’t mean sleeping on the floor of a cold tent. You can hunt and camp in comfort and convenience with hunting camper trailers.
Whether you plan to hunt public land near your home, or are planning an out-of-state hunt, investing in a camper trailer for your hunting trips will make the process smooth and fun.
And as a bonus, you get to use the trailer all summer long by taking family vacations.
Wondering why a camper trailer is a perfect addition to your hunting plans? We’ve listed reasons why you should consider looking for RV trailers for sale before the upcoming season kicks off.
1. Time Spent in the Field Is Key
Now and then, hunters get lucky and bring home a deer on the first day of the season. But more often than not, it takes hunters many days, if not weeks to fill their tags.
When it comes to hunting, one thing is certain; the more time you spend in the field, the more likely you are to encounter an animal and bring it home. Most hunters, however, try to hunt whenever they have free time. It might be in the afternoon after work during the week, and if they’re lucky, an entire Saturday here and there.
But deer, elk, and the other game animals that we seek don’t always honor our shallow time commitments. That’s why taking a proper hunting trip is so important. When you can spend two, three, or even seven days straight in the field, you can better learn the lay of the land.
You can figure out where animals are, and where they aren’t. You can learn their movement patterns and you can adjust your hunting plan as time goes on.
Camping while hunting gives you the privilege of staying in the field longer. You won’t have to drive back and forth between the hunting land and your home. Or your hotel.
Plus, you get the true connection with nature that comes with leaving our noisy society behind for a few days. So even if you do come home without meat, you come home relaxed and ready for whatever is next.
Sure, you can take a hunting trip into the backcountry with a tent. But a camper trailer makes this process much more comfortable with actual mattresses. That way, you get quality sleep so that you are ready for a day in the field.
2. Enjoy True Hunting Camp
Tent camping is fun, in large part due to the company you are surrounded with. But camping in a trailer with your hunting buddies is even better. With a trailer, you can create even more special memories.
Many camper trailers have outdoor kitchens, making it easy to cook up delicious food during your hunting trip, rather than eating instant oatmeal every day. And when you do bring an animal back to camp, you have a better workspace to quarter the animal and prepare it for transportation. You also have all of the right cooking tools for sampling some of the fresh meat right at camp.
Having electricity allows you to charge up phones, cameras, and GPS devices which are crucial to hunting success. And having an awning, as well as indoor seating areas, can make time spent at camp during the rain much more enjoyable.
If you want to make deer camp, duck camp, dove camp, or any other hunting camp extra special this year, find yourself a travel trailer for sale and get it ready for hunting season now.
3. Keep Your Gear Safe
Another benefit to bringing a travel trailer on your hunting trips is the amount of gear you can bring with you. When you just drive a pickup truck, your storage space is limited. You might bring your hunting equipment and basic camping supplies, but little else as far as comfort goes.
But if you pick up even a small RV for sale, you can tow along a lot more gear. Think camp chairs, folding tables, butchering supplies, and tons of water, food, and extra clothing. You’ll even be able to bring extra firewood to ensure there’s a healthy bonfire each night as you swap stories of your near-misses from the day.
If you were camping in tents, then you’d have to pack all of your valuable gear into your truck every time you leave to go hunting for the day. But this limits the available seating and quickly becomes a hassle.
But with lockable, hard-sided, hunting camping trailers, you can store all of your gear and supplies inside, lock the door, and keep it safe. Then you don’t have to worry about someone running off with your expensive cooler or spare firearms. Though, if you plan to do a lot of hunting with your trailer, it’s best to install a gun safe inside the trailer for added security.
Plus, if you need to bring an ATV, UTV, or snowmobile to access some rugged terrain, you can get a toy hauler RV, which includes all of the amenities you need for comfortable camping with massive storage space.
4. Sleep the Entire Squad
Most travel trailers can sleep quite a few people. Even the smaller ones are usually capable of sleeping five or six people, thanks to space-saving foldout beds and convertible dining tables.
With a camper trailer, everyone you invite can have a soft, warm bed to sleep in. And having a bathroom at your campsite is always convenient, especially if you are boon-docking while out hunting.
And having a trailer that sleeps a few of your hunting buddies in the fall also means having a trailer that can fit all of your kids in the summer.
Make the Most of Your Season With Hunting Camper Trailers
Ready to get hunting camper trailers for yourself? Want to start looking at campers for sale, so you can enjoy the upcoming hunting season to the fullest?
Leisureland RV Center in Boise has one of the most extensive selections of RVs for sale in Idaho. We offer both new and used RVs, all of which are thoroughly inspected and tested in our state-of-the-art maintenance facility.
We are also home to the “No Pressure Guarantee” and a warranty that lasts forever. So if you are ready to find your new hunting camper trailer, check out our huge selection today.