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Choosing A Great Camping Spot

I have always loved to camp, but unfortunately, the same can't be said for my spouse. He is more of an "indoorsy" kind of person, which I can't exactly fault him for. However, I knew that getting him to go camping for the first time would be painful, so I started looking around for awesome places where we could go. I was able to find an excellent place that would work well for us, and it was really cool to see how nice they were to work with. I wanted to start a new blog all about choosing a great camping spot, so I made this blog.



Food Preparation And Dining Tips To Use During A Family Camping Trip

Bringing your grandchildren along on a camping trip can be quite a challenge. Safety procedures and respect of the natural surroundings are two key aspects of the experience. Use some guidelines to prevent animals from entering your campsite and to keep you and your loved ones safe. Purchase Accessories For Your Camping Stove A propane camping stove will make it possible for you to cook your grandchildren's favorite foods, without needing to do a lot of prep work. Read More 

A Portable And Lightweight Camping Stove And Fuel Source

If your past camping trip involved fishing and attempting to cook your bounty over open flames, your dinner may have not been very appetizing if the fish cooked unevenly or if the fire grew to be quite large and scorched one side of the fish. Besides needing to worry about rain, wind, and an unsuitable area to create a fire, you will also be burdened with the need to collect kindling on each camping experience. Read More 

Easily Start Fires and Stay Safe While Camping

If you have ever encountered heavy rain during a camping trip that resulted in your matches and tinder becoming soaked, you probably were less than thrilled with your experience and may have spent the night shivering inside of your sleeping bag because you were unable to start a fire. One way to ensure that you can start a fire during a subsequent camping trip is by bringing along BG compact fire starter camping gear. Read More 

3 Important Features To Look For In A Camping Trailer Rental

If you plan on doing some camping with the family, you'll want to rent out a camping trailer. This way, everyone will have a comfortable, safe place to sleep at night. To ensure you choose the perfect unit, look for the following features.  Adequate Space  Nothing would be worse than to go camping in a trailer and not have enough space to move around. This can cause you to easily feel claustrophobic and make your camping experiences not so pleasant. Read More 

3 Tips To Prepare Your Child For Their First Overnight Summer Camp Experience

Sending your child to an overnight summer camp is a wonderful decision. It can provide your child with a wonderful, once-in-a-lifetime experience and a wealth of memories that they will hold on to for the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, there is one problem: they have never been to an overnight camp before. So, for all of you first-timers out there, here are three tips to help ensure that your child's first overnight camp is a good one. Read More