NEW YORK — New York’s camping season starts this weekend and it’s not just for the rich and famous.
For anyone who’s been wondering, the city’s got plenty of space to enjoy all kinds of outdoor adventures and, according to New York Parks Department data, you can do it all at a reasonable price.
We have all the camping options available.
We have two great options to get out and about on the weekends, camping on weekends and renting tents.
It’s not a long-term solution.
Camping is on the rise, with a jump of over 30 percent last year, according the NYPL data.
You can also rent tents or cars for short periods.
We also have camping trailers available.
The most popular options include the $150 campfire tent ($170 per day), the $200 trailer with two seats ($280 per day) and the $300 RV ($350 per day).
The number of tents, which has grown by about 30 percent since 2009, are growing as well, according Parks data.
The average size of a camping tent in New York was 1,800 square feet last year and it will be 3,400 square feet in 2018.
We also have RV campsites, but the average size is now 3,300 square feet.
The RV industry is a big one, with more than 1,000 RV sites throughout the city.
In fact, RV sites account for more than 50 percent of the city-wide market.RVs can be rented on the weekend at a number of rates: $15 a night, $25 a night and $30 a night.
Some of the options have a rental price of $120 a night or $160 a night depending on the length of stay.
The rental rate is also dependent on the RV type.
The campground option has the most campgrounds and most tent sites available in the city, with the most tents available at least one week out from the start of the camping season.
In 2018, there were 932 campsites in New Yorks urban area.
You’ll have to be a member of the Camping and Outdoor Club to rent a tent.
The two-person tent option has an average of 6,800 tents and about 6,000 sites, according parks data.
It will be available for rentals starting April 17.
The rental option is similar to the camping option except for some limitations.
It has fewer sites available.
If you are renting a tent for the first time, the maximum camping age is 18.
You will be required to pay for the entire length of the rental.
The maximum RV age is 20.
The most popular camping option for tourists is the $140 RV with two people ($220 per day).
“New York City has some of the best camping options in the country.
Camping is booming and the camping industry is huge,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio in a press release.
“As the economy improves and more people have access to quality camping, New York will continue to expand its camping offerings to meet their needs.”
We will continue the work of the Mayor’s Office of Camping to promote and support outdoor recreation in New Yorkers and their families.