A Review of The Windtamer – Enhance Your Outdoor Cooking Experience

By Sara Baird

My son has said since he was little that “everything tastes better when you are camping”.  I agree, there is just something about eating your meal outdoors in all kinds of weather that improves the flavor of everything.

As the head chef of our camping expeditions, I’ve faced my fair share of challenges in preparing our meals.  I’m an enthusiastic cook and I’ve never shied away from cooking for my family no matter where my current kitchen is located.  Even at home, I’ve read more

A guide to camping with your dog

A guide to camping with your dog

By Jessica Kelly

We all love camping. It can be incredibly rewarding to spend time in the great outdoors, away from everyday life and responsibilities. But what’s a great way to make a camping trip even better? Adding a pet into the mix! Camping with your dog can be an exciting new addition to your adventure, but if you need some tips on the best way to go about this, look no further.

Find suitable campsites

First thing’s first, you’ll need to find a dog-friendly campsite. There are plenty of sites with read more

Easy Food To Cook For One-Day Camping

Easy Food To Cook For One-Day Camping

By Amy Fox

You’ve probably gone camping and barbecuing around the country many times. It’s not about science, some wood, fire, and stove are ready. However, we have found ingenious camper food recipes that will not take you long and will allow you to prepare a variety of grilled dishes.

We offer some tips and recipes to help you easily prepare your food for camping while outside:

Camping breakfast burgers are the perfect breakfast next to camp.

When it comes to camper burgers – the perfect bun is a must. The burger is the most popular camper read more

Camping and safety: what you need to know

By Jessica Kelly

Camping is an age-old adventure that humans all over the world continue to embark on come rain or shine. However, despite there being so many advantages to camping, it also offers some potential dangers that, if not well prepared for, could become life-threatening. From weather hazards to bugs, there are all sorts of things to be aware of, and this article is here to break it down for you.

Get educated about the elements

One of the biggest fears for campers is, without a doubt, lightning. This is largely read more

No Box Tools Bell Tent Review

No Box Tools Bell Tent Review

By Sara Baird

My family spent every possible day Minnesota weather allowed at our rustic one-room lake cabin. Because the cabin was so small tents became our bedrooms.  This tradition continued as my sisters and I became parents, just expanding the number of tent bedrooms needed.  In addition to our time at the lake, we thoroughly enjoyed campouts in state and national parks and wilderness trips.  While we just upgraded to a 5th wheel for most of our camping needs I still love to spend the night read more

Delicious and Nutritious Snacks for Your Next Family Camping Trip

Delicious and Nutritious Snacks

By Camille May Finley

More than just treats, the food you bring along on a camping trip is the fuel that will be available to your body. This is why experienced hiker Shelby Kisgen emphasizes the importance of mindfulness when packing snacks, especially if you’re responsible for feeding other people, like your family. That means choosing to nibble on read more

Outdoorsman Lab Sleeping Pad and Bag Review

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By Jessica Shouse

If you are a lover of camping or backpacking having a good sleep system sleeping pad and bag, can make the difference between a long, cold night and a cozy, warm one. The OutdoorsmanLab UL Camping Sleeping Pad and Mummy Sleeping Bag sleep system come highly recommended for your next family camping trip or your next multi-week long thru-hike. I had the opportunity to test both products on a recent, solo fall camping trip up in the pine tree-filled hills of Colorado, read more

7 Solo Camping Safety Tips for Women

By Ester Banuchyan

Camping is always fun when you are with a crowd. Here’s a confession though: I love camping alone. It gives me some much-needed time by myself that I don’t usually get at work or home. Besides, it makes me feel quite brave.

As thrilling as solo camping can be for women, it also presents unique safety concerns. Here are several camping safety tips based on my personal experience that would make most women feel safer on solo camping adventures.

1.     Stay Warm In Your Tent

Women campers worry read more

6 Ways To Save Big On Camping Gear

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By Jennifer Bridgers

Let’s face it: camping can get expensive.

When you add up the cost of gear, clothes, snacks, water, and other camping essentials, the bill can add up quick!

Quality camping gear isn’t cheap, but it’s well worth the cost. Quality gear lasts a long time and ensures you have a stellar camping experience.

However, just because gear costs a lot doesn’t mean you have to blow all your money on it.

In fact, here are six ways to save big on camping gear and keep more of your hard-earned read more

Australian Camping Tips and Tricks: Save time and Hassle

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Check out these Australian camping tips and tricks for all keen explorers!

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We love camping! But it’s definitely one of those learn-by-experience types of holidays. However, it’s not about how much you spend or the latest and greatest camper or gadgets. In fact, for beginners, we recommend considering campervan rental in Australia before you commit to any major purchases. You might think read more

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