Camping has been a popular activity in the United States for a number of years. Millennials and Gen Xers make up three-quarters of all campers, with Millennials alone accounting for 40%. One of the great things about camping trips is that they can take a number of forms; 53% of new campers camp in tents, 25% choose cabins, and 19% RVs. No matter what form the camping trip takes, most campers will take along some type of cooler on their trip. Coolers can be used to hold anything from perishable supplies to drinks that they want to remain cool. This article will take a look at several types of coolers that you can take on your next camping trip.
- Hard Coolers: One type of cooler that you can take on your next camping trip is hard coolers. As the name implies, these are coolers that are hard on all sides along with a solid lid. As with most coolers, hard coolers can come in a variety of sizes and be used to hold a variety of items. Hard coolers are particularly useful for long camping trips, since the largest hard coolers can be used to hold a great variety of perishable food items allowing one to stay at a campsite for an extended period of time.
- Soft Side Coolers: Another type of cooler that you can take on your next camping trip is soft side coolers. Unlike hard coolers, these soft coolers have flexible sides and tops, and in many cases can be folded up when they’re empty and not being used. Sometimes, but not often, soft side coolers are smaller than hard coolers, and are used to hold smaller amounts of perishable items.
- Live Bait Coolers: And finally, a third type of cooler that you can take on your next camping trip are live bait coolers. Unlike the previous coolers, live bait coolers are used to hold one thing in particular, and that’s bait to be used for fishing trips. If you’re planning on going on an extended fishing trip, then you can use a live bait cooler to keep bait alive and ready for the duration of the trip.
In conclusion, there are several types of coolers you can take on your next camping trip. These cooler types include hard coolers, soft side coolers, and live bait coolers. These are a few of the coolers that you can take with you on a camping trip.
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