When you go camping, there’s no plausible reason why you need to bring everything but the kitchen sink. Certain items that you may think are useful are actually not. And to boot, they may very well get you in serious trouble in the wild! So, we’ll show you some nonessential things you should not bring camping. In other words, leave ’em at home!
Covered wagon camping is becoming hugely popular as it allows you to travel back in time to the pioneer days of the Old West. However, these one-of-a-kind camping wagons come with an unexpected twist! It’s glamping in luxury with a style all its’ own. Let’s see why Conestoga wagon glamping is such a hit!
Do you enjoy outdoor water activities like kayaking and boating? Well, chances are you already know what a dry bag is. However, if you’re new to outdoor water sports and activities such as paddling, rafting, snorkeling or other exciting water adventures, then you surely will want to know how valuable a dry bag is! But, they’re not just for using on the water and here’s why!
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!
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.
Many dog owners feel that when they’re hiking or camping, their dog should enjoy their freedom to roam, explore and work off their rambunctiousness. However, when you properly leash your dog outdoors, you are essentially helping to mitigate dangerous situations. But also, effective leashing helps prevent legal consequences should your pet act inappropriately in the backcountry, on the trail, at a campground and even at home.
Trying to start a campfire from nothing can be quite a challenge. However, with a few ingredients, you can make super easy DIY fire starters for little to no expense. The kids will love making them and later, you’ll all be roasting marshmallows over the campfire they started. The best part is most of the ingredients to make a fire starter are things you can recycle right from your home or RV.
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.
Are you looking for the best camping gift ideas that your outdoorsy friend or family member will love? Look no more! This awesome compilation of camping gifts takes the pain out of finding the perfect gift for your camper, vanlifer or outdoor enthusiast! These outdoorsy gifts are wonderful to give any time of the year for any occasion whether it’s a surprise birthday present or heartwarming gift for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, or during the holidays! Or, how about a just because gift?!
Truck bed tent camping is taking sleeping outdoors to new heights and safer ways to camp outdoors! It’s a great way to take your pickup truck off road and off the grid without having to fork out thousands of dollars for elaborate overlanding setups or an expensive truck camper.