Airstream Camping, Camping With Coach-Net, Coach-Net Culture, Texas RVing, Texas State Parks, Travel Trailer Camping, workplace culture
Kristen is the Director of Accounting here at Coach-Net and has been an invaluable member of the Coach-Net family for almost 20 years! She, her husband, and her two boys go on camping trips every year, but this year they were able to take the Airstream out to Cooper State Park! Check out their RV experience!
Where Did You Go?
We took our first RV camping trip to Cooper State Park last Fall (October 2019). Our family has gone camping with the same 3 families for the last 10 years. All our kids have grown up with each other and our camping trips have definitely become a highlight every year. We enjoy making these special camping memories with our children. It’s wonderful to see them have a good time and detach themselves from their electronics for a couple days.
How Long Was Your Trip?
We spent 3 nights and 4 full days at this beautiful Texas state park. In the past, we have always tent camped so this was a new and enjoyable experience. The RV was very comfortable and made it easy to relax with some of the same comforts as home. I found that camping with the RV was much more relaxing because the set up was easier and faster. Being able to sleep on a bed instead of the ground made the world of a difference!
Did You Find Anything Challenging About Your RV Trip?
My husband attempted backing the RV in several times without much luck. After about 30 minutes of trying, a very nice couple from another campsite came over to help us out. Once we were able to get the camper backed in, we worked at getting it leveled and set up correctly. That was much easier!
What Was Your Fondest Memory Of Your Trip?
The fondest memory from this trip would probably be learning the ins and outs of Rosie the Airstream.
Where Would You Like To Go Next?
My family is very excited about our next RV trip in October. We have booked a site at Fairfield State Park in Texas!
Why Do You Love RVing?
I enjoy being away from the city for several days. It’s a great way for me to re-charge and disconnect. We usually find time to go for several family bike rides, hikes, fishing, and canoeing.