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Go camping

Experience the thrill of the great outdoors with our top camping ideas. Plan your next adventure and create lasting memories with family and friends.
Camping Girl, Solo Camping, Camping Alone Woman, Women Camping, Backcountry Camping, Camping And Hiking, Camping Vibes, Mountain Camping, Wilderness Camping

My story of backcountry camping starts in the spring of 2014 with a guided trip to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. I was hooked. I have dedicated my life since to spending as many days under the stars and out of my bedroom as possible. And admittedly have been extremely lucky in that I have never k

Camping Spots, Camping Life, Camping And Hiking, Tent Camping, Camping Trips, Outdoor Camping, Camping Font, Backpacking, Camping Gear

British Columbia is a serious camping oasis. From short overnight trips to long weekend getaways, B.C. is the ultimate place for extraordinary camping experiences. Whether you're into tent camping or prefer a little glamping, you're definitely going to find an amazing pick on this list.

Carolyn Ludwar
beautiful Camping Hacks, Road Trip Camping, Camping Packing List, Spring Camping, Family Tent Camping, Camping Checklist, Camping Activities, Camping With Kids, Camping Ideas

1. Read a book 2. Go to the beach 3. Take a nap 4. Go for a drive 5. Play air guitar 6. Go for a Hike 7. Visit a museum 8. Volunteer 9. Clean your room 10. Practice lip syncing 11. Go to a Theme Park 12. Call a Friend 13. Visit with Family 14. Go for a swim 15. Get a massage 16. Meditate 17. Start a blog 18. Play a board game 19. Sign up for community service 20. Go to the library 21. Visit a state park 22. Learn a magic trick 23. Meet your neighbors 24. Rent a movie 25. Start a garden 26…

Margaret Coreil
Camping Guide, Backpacking Travel, Tent Camping, Camping Hacks, Camping Gear, Camping Trips, Travel Gear, Backpacking Guide, Camping Safety

Getting a decent nights sleep is one of the biggest things people struggle with when they first start out backcountry camping. I began taking regular overnight and multi-day camping trips about 5-6 years ago. Back then I remember wondering how the heck I would get a good night's sleep whilst laying on the ground, likely in the cold, and surrounded by man eating animals 😆 Well, I have learned a thing or two about backcountry camping over the years and I'm excited to share my tips with you…

Hannah Lanfear