Month: January 2017

What You Need to Know for Winter Camping

The weather is harsher and the daylight hours shorter, but winter camping has rewards that you just can’t get any other time of year. With some extra gear and preparation you can enjoy the beauty and solitude that comes with camping in the snow. Follow these safety guidelines when planning your trip. 1) Don’t go […]

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What You Need to Know About Camping With Kids

As the campfire begins to die down, your child yawns one last time, rubs his eyes, and tells you how much fun he had today. Then he heads off to his tent to spend a cozy night in his sleeping bag, dreaming of what adventures the next day will bring. At least that’s the fantasy […]

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How to Make Comfort Food at Your Campsite

On a cool night around the campfire, there are few things that warm the body and soul better than comfort food. Here’s what you need to know in order to make your favorite meals at the campsite. The Tools Comfort food is usually easy to prepare, often only requiring a single pot. Here are the […]

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10 Outdoor Books for the Off-Season

Camping sets the stage for a good story. You’ve removed yourself from the daily grind, and are free from structure and time. It’s as if you’re already sitting in the lounge chair with the fire stoked, waiting for someone to put a good book in your hand. Don’t settle for any old book the next […]

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