Motocamping is today’s version of cowboy camping of the pioneering days. Centuries ago cowboys and travelers traversed by horse and set up camp along the trails for the night. Today, a more modern version of off road motorcycles have taken the lead in backcountry camping; the same as our horse camping ancestors. Hence, why it’s called Motocamping. It’s motorcycle camping at its’ best!
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Cast iron is the icon of outdoor cooking. Whether over a campfire or camp stove, it’s the cookware of choice! But cast iron skillets and dutch ovens are one of the most preferred cooking vessels amongst acclaimed chefs and homemakers However, though it’s tough as steel, there are some things you should not do to cast iron for a variety of reasons.
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Did you know that tents are not just for sleeping and camping? Portable gazebos, canopies and camping tents are intended to be a shelter for humans to protect them from inclement weather and privacy. These different kinds of tents and their uses are great living spaces for RVs, overlanding, truck camping and even van life! But, there are several other ways to use a tent whether it’s for camping, on the beach or even at home in your backyard, on your patio or near the pool.
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A portable air compressor is one of the most valuable pieces of equipment you will need to keep accessible in your RV. But are all air compressors created the same? What features should you look at when selecting this type of equipment to inflate your tires?
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Dutch oven camping recipes are all the rage now because they’re simply delicious and cleanup is a breeze. Plus, campfire cooking is a fairly easy way to prepare meals without having to pack a whole bunch of other pots and pans. All you need is a large cast iron dutch oven pot, recipe ingredients and a hot bed of coals to cook these one pot wonders over. These dutch oven recipes for camping are sure to please even the pickiest of camper appetites!
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Who every thought heated camping chairs was a thing? Obviously, the need to stay warm arose from people who enjoy the outdoors but don’t like to “sit in the cold”. Regardless if you’re sitting around a campfire, tailgating or sitting at your kid’s soccer game in cooler temperatures, a chair that helps to keep you warm is the difference between enjoying yourself, or grumbling about how cold you are.
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For the ladies who take the outdoors seriously, camping is far from looking cute in all that silly pink stuff. These practical camping gifts for women are more about function over fashion. They are the most requested camping accessories for the ladies to help make their experiences much more comfortable, pleasant and fun! But most of all, they’ll help make her feel more confident in her pursuit of her outdoor adventures which will entice her to camp more!
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Cold weather camping and knowing how to stay warm in a tent is not just about comfort and enjoyment. But also, staying warm and dry is important for your health and well being. These cold weather camping tips will help keep you safe, warm and dry while you’re relaxing or sleeping on your winter camping trip.
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If you have a special person on your holiday gift list that loves the outdoors and or camping? This awesome compilation of camping gift ideas takes the work out of finding the perfect gift for your camper, van life or outdoor enthusiast!
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Camping ornaments are the perfect way to adorn an outdoor enthusiast’s or camper’s Christmas tree for the holidays! Hang them on the tree, wreaths, garland or even string them together for a fun display. The best part is you don’t have to pack them away after the holidays! You can hang these camping theme ornaments all year ’round at home, in the office or even in your RV.
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