For the best deals on gear, the off-season is the time to shop. Not only is everything less expensive, it allows you to make the best use of these great tips!
It has been a while since our whole family has gone on a camping trip together. Now the kids have grown up and the dog has passed on. We got to thinking though, the new dogs in town have not been shown the camp ropes yet! It’s high time to get them out there.
If you can sew in a straight line you’re ready to make your own camping gear! That’s right, you can make sleeping bags and more with your limited sewing abilities. And, when you’re finished, your talent will have improved even more!
Imagine waking up to the sounds of ocean waves, then heading out to a sunrise dip in the ocean. Imagine eating your meals at the beach, heading out of the sun for an easy siesta, then heading out for another dip as the sun begins to retreat. In our family, we’ve found beach camping to be one of the most memorable and exciting forms of camping.
A fourth of July weekend can provide so many opportunities to get together with friends and family and enjoy all that Mother Nature gives us. But camping at the Crazy Horse Campground in Brodhead, WI will also give you some other opportunities that you might not necessarily have bargained for.
There are several different fire starter logs on the market but they are often rather costly and not very needed. Most people are capable of starting a fire on their own, even if it does take a lot of extra time and effort. Through the use of some of your trash items and some wax, you can now create your own for next to nothing.
Cumulatively, I have spent many years of my life in a tent. I’ve backpacked, canoed to wilderness spots, been a campground host, and seen about every type of weather there is from the confines of a thin sheet of material and some poles. That being said, I’ve made some serious mistakes, some not so serious, and some downright funny.