We’ve so far logged 18 nights Cricket Camping and we are always on the lookout for more places to camp. So, what do we think so far, and what needs to change? To start, we will affirm that we are pleased with our purchase. We know that for the same price, we could have bought a much larger travel trailer with bells and whistles aplenty. We have no regrets so far, but we do have thoughts to share in a number of categories.
Father’s Day weekend: the perfect opportunity to hitch up the Cricket, load the bikes and paddle boards, and make the short drive to LBL, a 170,000 acre National Recreation Area located between Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley.
We spent Memorial Day weekend Cricket Camping at Sevierville TN, exploring the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, and hanging out with extended family.
To start, we were able to hook up and be on the road in about 15 minutes and this was due to two factors: we pre-packed earlier in the week, and the Cricket is just fast to hookup! We keep the Cricket plugged in while in the garage, so we packed groceries a couple days before we left. For the first time, we packed our clothes in packing cubes and threw them in the camper as they were ready. We also checked tire pressure and supplies the night before, which left the only task to be hitching up before leaving.
Shane and Jessica
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