When you’re camping, you won’t have A/C, heating, or a kitchen. This means advance planning is handy for both comfort and safety. Read the article below for some great advice on planning for the next time you go camping.
When packing for your camping adventure, make sure you pack only what you need for mealtimes. If you are at the campground, your food will have to stay cold so it does not spoil. If you are on the trail, any additional or excess food can be a burden. If you pack just enough food for the time you are on the trail, you will not be weighed down by excess weight.
When you pack up your camp site to go home, leave a few logs and some kindling for the next camping group that comes along. If you have ever arrived at your site after dark, you know how tough it can be to find firewood! It’s a very nice pay-it-forward gesture that will probably help out more than you can imagine.
When you go camping, be sure to have a few activities in mind other than just… “camping”. The camping experience is enriched by hiking, swimming, exploring and things like that. Be sure to engage in some of these other activities so that you have the fullest camping experience you’ve ever had.
It’s important to talk with you kids about the dangers of camping. Go on the Internet together and read about safety, look at poison ivy pictures and poisonous animals.
When you go camping, you take a break from the conveniences of modern life. Some find it desirable while others find it hard. Having the best camping advice and suggestions can make your trip as relaxing as possible and as much fun as it should be. The piece above contained some great advice, so put it to good use!