Posted on 03 August 2012 by Bethany Campbell
Here is a big list of all the basic camping equipment you could bring.. depending on what kind of camp out you are planning. You may find that some of the equipment in this Camping Checklist of things to bring may not be needed, And you might not even be able to fit it all into your transport. So using this Camping Checklist as a template, narrow down your choices on what you need, not want. For ex sample basic equipment first like, tent, food, clothing etc…
I found this Camping Checklist of things to bring on Downundercamping.com.
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Posted on 10 July 2012 by Kelly Campbell
As much as we love to go backpacking on our own in the wilderness, it is sometimes nice to take company with you. That company can often mean a four legged friend. If you want some tips for backpacking with a dog then we believe we have found some great advice for you. Some people are wary of taking their pets hiking and rightly so as it can be dangerous for not only your dog but also yourself. But there is nothing better than sharing the great outdoors with your pet.
Your dog will love the adventure of being in the great outdoors and will discover new and exciting new smells that they just won’t get in the back yard at home. It can be a great bonding experience when one man (or woman) and their dog discovering new and exciting things on a great adventure. Continue Reading
Posted on 03 July 2012 by Kelly Campbell
With a beautiful coastline and magnificent scenery, Hawaii is a wonderful place for which to camp. Camping in Hawaii is popular with surfers, however Hawaii offers something for everyone. If you prefer to have lots of facilities available to you there are some excellent spots which offer rest rooms, picnic tables and even play areas if you are taking the children. If you prefer something a little more isolated like we do then there are also some places that are more remote, although some are difficult to get to and you have to backpack to get there, the results are definitely worth it:)
Killeen Gonzalez from the contributor network at Yahoo explains in detail some of the popular places to camp in Hawaii. Continue Reading
Posted on 02 July 2012 by Patrick Fitz-Gibbon
How more patriotic can you get!
Fourth Of July Camping
What have you got planned for the Fourth Of July? Why not make it a long weekend and get away camping, of course plenty of other people will be doing the same thing but that doesn’t mean you cannot still find a great get away and better yet as Craig Hill and Jefferey P. Mayor explain you can make it a extremely patriotic place and really get into the swing of things.
This article in the News Tribune lists five great Fourth Of July escapes and if you can’t find something to look forward to here then you might be struggling to find anything to stimulate your wild camping genes Continue Reading