February 2019

7 Top Camping Safety Tips

No doubt about it, camping can be fun. But, if you don't pay attention to safety, your fun camping outing can turn into the camping trip from Hell. What are some of the most important camping safety tips you should know?1. Plan Ahead. Do your research. Make sure the campground you've chosen is a safe one. Make sure there are no current fire dangers. Check out the weather. Any health alerts in the area, such as dangerous bacteria count in the water, or outbreak of any rodent-carrying ...
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A Camping Hammock For the Outdoor Enthusiast

Some parts of our country have a short time frame where the weather allows us to enjoy outdoor activities. People that like to spend time doing sports like tennis, golf, bike riding or activities like canoeing, hiking and camping need to approach this time fully prepared to get the most out of it. Having the proper equipment and tools can get people primed to make the best of this season. If you have people on your gift giving list that fit this description, items that will serve to make the ...
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5 Reasons Why Family Tent Camping Should Be Your Next Family Event

If your family is like most, there are only a few pre-planned family events outside of your immediate home area per year. Disneyland parks, the regional lake resort, boating, trips to big cities with lots to do (museums) or camping are typically high on the list. Camping often times is perceived as drive in experiences coupled with cabins and mobility through driving around in the SUV. However, there are lots of reasons to park yourself in one area and camp outdoors under Family Tents.Fixed ...
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1 Man Tent and Its 4 Great Benefits

A 1 man tent, despite its flimsy-looking structure, is strong enough to withstand the test of weather. It is also lightweight and affordable. It will work perfectly for solo backpackers, hikers, and camping enthusiasts. If chosen carefully, a 1 man tent will make your outdoor solo travels fun and convenient.A 1 man tent is typically lighter compared to other types of tents since it's meant to house only one person. Some of the products out there have a minimum weight of 1.7 pounds to 3.8 ...
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8 Tips for Camping in the Snow

Camping in the snow adds whole new fun and challenges to a normally routine camping trip. Obviously the colder and more serious the winter weather, the more gear you have to pack in. Telemark Skis, Skins, Snow Shoes, crampons, more layers, a thicker sleeping bag, the list goes on and on and before you know it your pack weighs 80 pounds. Well tis the season for snow camping, so I put together some tips to help the novice trying to camp in the snow for the first time or give some new tricks to ...
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