Pitching a tent is all about location, location, location—where you locate your tent site will have a significant impact on the impact on the your comfort and safety of your campsite. Make your camping trip a smooth one, by properly preparing beforehand, for all potential camping terrains and weather conditions.
Some may find getting a reasonably sized tent out of its suspiciously compact bag and propped into personal sleeping quarters a profoundly arduous task. The level of difficulty also depends on the type of camping tents being set up. But with a little practice and preparation, pitching a tent will become second nature.
Father’s day is a ritual dating as far back as 1910, and is always celebrated on the third Sunday in June. This year, give Dad the gift of great gear whether it is a new backpack, camping stove, or a tent. These gifts are definitely gifts that keep Dad going outdoors.
Winter camping will open your eyes to nature in a way that many people don’t get to experience. Winter camping trips require a lot of preparation, appropriate winter camping equipment, and some experience and skill. Read and learn how to prepare for your next winter camping adventure.