Are you going to be camping in rattlesnake country soon? If so, know that you don’t need to be fearful of those nasty little serpents! There’s several ways to keep rattlesnakes away from your campsite, entering your tent or taking a nap in your shoes or camping gear outside. In this article, we’ll share some great rattlesnake deterrents that will help you enjoy your camping adventure better without fear or apprehensions.
Campfire safety is one of the most important rules to follow when camping. Campfires are amongst the top contributors to woodland and forest fires in the United States. Almost 85% of wildland fires in the United States are caused by humans. And because of it, wildlife is displaced and the natural environment is destroyed. Even nearby homeowners suffer because of just one spark. Continue reading “Campfire Safety Tips to Help Prevent Forest Fires”
It’s so disappointing when a fire ban in place and you’re not allowed to have a campfire. I mean, the campfire is one of the main focuses of camping, right? Frustrated as you and your family are, there’s plenty of creative campfire alternatives to still enjoy camping during those burn restrictions.
If you’re going camping in unfamiliar regions of the country, there’s things that go bump in the night or even the light of day that may scare you. These are reason enough for you to know the all of the camping dangers and what to be aware of when camping in the wild.
Those who camp in the summer months know it can be hot and sticky making for a miserable experience. However, battery powered fans are the answer! These USB fans are portable and rechargeable! And, they don’t require costly and caustic alkaline batteries. So, let’s check out these rechargeable fans that will help keep you cool on those hot summer nights!
One bad thing about camping is being parked next to the obnoxious and rude campers. Their filthy language bellows and yelling reverberates between RVs. And if you’re in a tent, there’s no way to escape the F words. While no one really wants to rain on their parade, they surely don’t want to camp next to this type of offensive behavior either. But how do you deal with loud drunks or foul-mouth partiers who seem to have forgotten their manners? What do you do? Suck it up? Do you get out of Dodge, report them or join in?
Many go camping to get away from people or to social distance. Especially in the backcountry or off grid, campers want space, privacy, peace and quiet and to enjoy nature. But nothing grates on another camper’s nerves more when another camper comes to set up camp really close to their site. But, why do people do that? And, how close is camping too close?
If you love to RV but you also love to ride your motorcycle, there’s no reason why you have to give one up for the other. There’s a big wide world out there for you to explore on two wheels and camp in your home on wheels! But, the question remains, how does one haul their motorcycle on their RV? Let’s just say there’s a great number of RV motorcycle racks just waiting for you to install and begin your amazing motorcycling RV adventure!
There’s plenty of places to go beach camping in the U.S. that allows you watch incredible sunsets right from your RV or tent! Whether by tent, caravan or RV, camping on the water makes for an ultimate coastal getaway or favorite vacation spot to relax!
If you have an RV or camper, sometimes finding the perfect campground or RV park that suits your type of camping can take a bit of finagling. From more natural setting campgrounds or busy family friendly camping resorts to quiet over 55 RV parks or luxurious RV resorts, there’s something for every RVer out there! But what are the differences in the different types of RV camping?