6 December 2016
If you've decided to try camping for your next family vacation, you may be overwhelmed with what to take with you. If you've never been camping before, you may want to begin at an equipped campground where you'll be close to your car and supplies. As you gain experience, you'll learn what is useful to have and what gets in the way. Before long, you'll be ready to pack up and head into the wilderness.
15 August 2016
If you and a few friends are going to be camping in a remote location that does not provide restroom facilities, prepare two, homemade toilets that can be used for solid and liquid waste by completing the following steps. The emergency preparedness toilets will help you and your pals relieve yourself when necessary and will prevent you from needing to dig a hole in the ground or travel long distances in order to find a restroom.
10 June 2016
A rafting trip can be an exhilarating experience. However, it can be easy for individuals to make simple oversights when planning due to the excitement of going on one of these trips. This can be especially true for those that are preparing for their first rafting experience. To help you avoid some common mistakes, you should consider the following tips for your first rafting trip. Keep Your Safety Gear Tight
20 April 2016
The most convenient place to park your trailer is a location that will provide you access to amenities. However, there are also advantages to dry camping, also often referred to as boon-docking or independent parking. Ideally, you should make use of amenities when they are available, but be prepared to dry camp when necessary. Why You Might Prefer Dry Camping On some days, dry camping can be absolutely free. In addition to being more affordable, dry camping is sometimes all that you have available if you intend to visit a less populated area.