Camping Location

Camping Location: Have you heard the expression “Location, location, location”? Well, it is the same with regards to camping. Choosing the right camping location is a big factor to having a successful camping trip. It could ultimately make or break the fun factor while your camping. Before camping it is always important to research your camping location. This will help you prepare for certain types of conditions. Here are some things to look for and consider when choosing a location to set up camp.

Camping in Canada Thumbnail

Camping in Canada

Canada is a campers paradise in both winter and summer and its wild, beautiful terrains will should appeal to all adventurous campers and backpackers. With an extensive range of campsites and budget hostels from coast to coast, camping in Canada is both affordable and safe, certainly in comparison to its Southern counterpart, the United States. And with a population spread so sparsely across the

Continue Reading
Camping in Scotland Thumbnail

Camping in Scotland

Many visitors only see the Scottish highlands through the windows of a tourist coach, and might as well be watching television. The only way to really know the country is by putting boot on rock, with your tent on your back. But there are some things you need to know about Camping in Scotland. Legal Unlike England, Scotland has always had a traditional right to roam and this is now enshrined in

Continue Reading
Out in the Wild: Do’s & Dont’s Thumbnail

Out in the Wild: Do’s & Dont’s

There is no better way in the world, than camping, to get in touch with mother nature. The canopy of entwined branches and thick, green leaves, the carpet of the soft grass beneath you and the sight of the clear, blue sky is truly enthralling. Of course, there is the buzzing of the bees and howling of the fox at night; not to mention the great growl of the bear, but all of this, coupled with the

Continue Reading
Campsites in the UK with a View Thumbnail

Campsites in the UK with a View

Whether you live in the UK or not, it is home to some of the most idyllic scenery in the world. The British landscape is renowned for its famous green rolling hills and cobble stone walls, not to mention the historic, charming villages and people. If sightseeing is what you want from a holiday, then camping is the ideal way to go about it. Throughout the UK, there are a huge number of places to pi

Continue Reading
Pitch Imperfect: The Wrong Place to Pitch Your Tent Thumbnail

Pitch Imperfect: The Wrong Place to Pitch Your Tent

Camping! Much like purchasing real estate, the three most important things are location, location and location. I learned this the hard way. It was about five years ago now, although my therapist remembers it as if it was yesterday. I'm a single dad with five children to entertain each summer. They had been nagging away at me for a couple of years to go camping and, having run out of excuses, I

Continue Reading
Choose a Camping Location Right For You Thumbnail

Choose a Camping Location Right For You

I thought after the age of eighteen that my camping days were over. I have since thought  about going on another camping excursion. One of the main reasons for this change of heart is the practical aspect of camping. In this economy you can travel with your back-pack, tent and poles, food and provisions and some sort of reliable transport and you are ready for your adventure at very little expens

Continue Reading
Haste Makes Mistakes: Prepare for Your Camping Trip Thumbnail

Haste Makes Mistakes: Prepare for Your Camping Trip

I remember the time I was on a camping trip with my daughter and son-in-law.  We had planned on camping in Acadia national park in Maine, USA.  We got to the campsite in the early evening and it was just starting to get dark and beginning to rain lightly. This was in mid-September and, although it was fairly warm during the day, it had gotten pretty cool in the evening. A Nice Wet Sleep We wan

Continue Reading
13Dec2010
5 Things to Remember When Camping Thumbnail

5 Things to Remember When Camping

With no money to visit NYC, LA or Disneyland as a limited-means International Student, I jumped upon a college-funded service learning opportunity: camping in the heart of America .  The only trouble was I had never heard of South Dakota nor the Lakota tribe amidst who I was supposed to camp for the next six weeks. 5 Things I Learned to Remember When Camping: Do pick an unconventional settin

Continue Reading