What camper type are you?

At Cairn Consulting Group we feel that everyone falls into one of the many camper type categories. These categories range on characteristics but share the fact that camping is a part of their outdoor activities. From the most adventurous types to the more relaxed glampers everyone can agree that the outdoors provide a great activity to get out and connect with nature.

 

Let’s connect you with your camper type and read more about the results below.

Camper Type Survey Result:

Avid Camper

As an Avid Camper, you go regularly into the outdoors and explore things most don’t. As a person who loves to try new camping gear, you are fond of finding the latest backpacking gear, though you may not always buy this year’s hot new items. 

Key Characteristics:

  • Mostly camps in tents
  • Camps an average of 3 times a year
  • Prefers mountain hiking, but does forest hiking
  • Open to new hiking opportunities
  • Camps for 4 nights or more

Opposite Characteristics:

  • RV Camper
  • Does not like leisurely stays
  • Does not like to stay in place for long
  • Does not like multiple destination nights

 

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Camper Type Survey Result:

Leisure Camper

As a Leisure Camper, you go regularly into the outdoors and explore things that are the road well-traveled. As a person who loves to read reviews about camping gear, you are fond of finding the latest camping gear, you always buy this year’s hot new item. 

Key Characteristics:

  • Mostly camps in cabins
  • Camps an average of 5 times a year
  • Prefers hiking lakeside, but does forest hiking
  • Open to new hiking opportunities
  • Camps for 2 nights or less

Opposite Characteristics:

  • Backpacking Camper
  • Does not like intense stays
  • Does not like to move around while camping
  • Does not like multiple destination nights

 

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Camper Type Survey Result:

Social Camper

As a Social Camper, you get out with your family and friends on group stays in the outdoors and explore things that you and others decide on. As a person who knows a few things about camping gear, you generally find the best deal on camping gear, and what works best for everyone’s comfort. 

Key Characteristics:

  • Camps in cabins and tents
  • Camps an average of once or twice a year
  • Prefers campground amenities
  • Open to new hiking opportunities, if the group wants
  • Camps for 3 nights or more

Opposite Characteristics:

  • Adventure Camper
  • Does not like intense stays
  • Does not like to move around while camping
  • Does not like multiple destination nights

 

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Camper Type Survey Result:

The Backpacker

As a Backpacker, you get out as often as you can either by yourself or with close friends who are adamant about the outdoors and exploring things. As a person who knows everything about camping gear, you generally find the best deal on camping gear and spend a lot on the best gear that works.

Key Characteristics:

  • Camps only in backpacking tents
  • Camps an average of 10 or more times a year
  • Only backpacks
  • Prefers new hiking opportunities, if it’s the right time of year
  • Camps for 3-5 nights depending on the weather

Opposite Characteristics:

  • Leisure Camper
  • Does not like campground stays
  • Does not like to stay in place for too long
  • Does not like single destination nights

 

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