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Camping Reviews on camping gear, equipment and campsites to help you make a more informative decision on all your camping needs. These articles will give you a first hand opinion on the specifics you are seeking whether on a campsite, camping attraction or a outdoor gear or equipment product. The pros and cons, the good bad and the ugly, the true thoughts on what campers and outdoor enthusiasts think about what is offered to you in the great outdoors.

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Camping at Franz Josef

Are you planning on traveling New Zealand? If so, be sure to make a stop at Franz Josef and trek up a glacier! Even if you're not planning on traveling to New Zealand, climbing the Franz Josef glacier is a reason to go! Camping at Franz Josef Highlights: The Town Franz Joseph is a picturesque little township on the west coast of New Zealand’s south island. Backpackers flock there to experie

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Camping Equipment: Should you Skimp or Splurge?

Before camping there is always one question that comes to mind: should I skimp or splurge? If you go on the cheap you will end up saving money but will you lose your sanity while camping? If you splurge or pay for quality camping equipment you will leave with less cash in your pocket but you may have invested in gear that will preform as promised and be worth every penny you've spent. So what will

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Camping Essentials: Should You Skimp or Splurge?

Planning to enjoy the best Mother Nature has to offer by going on a camping trip? Debating on whether or not you should skimp or splurge on your camping essentials? Here are tips on how you can pick the right equipment for the right price. Should You Skimp or Splurge? Everyone needs a break every once in a while. Particularly for those who live and work in the busy city, a vacation to a relaxing

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Camping in Louisiana USA

This is a guest post by Aaron Garcia, an adventure seeker who often takes family vacations to Louisiana thanks to its great outdoor attractions. He loves staying at the campground in Robert, LA, because of its proximity to family attractions in New Orleans. Louisiana's Natural Outdoor Beauty When it comes to camping and traveling in the great state of Louisiana there is more to tempt visitors t

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Walking the Wicklow Way Trail in Ireland

The Wicklow Way is a long-distance hiking trail that starts in Dublin, Ireland and heads south through the scenic Wicklow Mountains for 82 miles, ending in Clonegal. Along the way it passes through sleepy Irish towns, important historic sites, and rugged wilderness. In 2008, I had the chance to walk a good portion of it to celebrate my 28th birthday. The Plan for Walking Wicklow Way Trail During

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Camping for Geeks: How to Survive the Outdoors

If you are a geek like me then you love all your gadgets, your iPhone, 42” LED TV and all the luxuries of today’s life. As the summer approaches you’re asked to go camping. "Great," you think, " let’s go out and pretend to be in the 19th century for a while." We live in the 21st century, so why should I want to spend several days somewhere far out without Twitter, Facebook and my

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Ohiopyle State Park: Pennsylvania’s Outdoor Mecca

This is a guest post by Jennifer from "Hiking Along”. Jennifer is an avid outdoor enthusiast and explorer. She loves getting her kids, along with other children, outdoors in Washington DC. She runs group hikes for kids in the area, helping them learn and appreciate all that nature has to offer. For years, I have heard many great stories and comments about Ohiopyle State Park in Southweste

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The Narrows Resort on Blue Lakes

Every 4th of July my family and I go camping at a place called The Narrows Resort on Blue Lakes.  It is right outside of Clearlake in Upper Lake, California USA. Family Friendly Campground The lake is ideal for swimming and it is a no-wake lake, so only fishing boats and pontoon boats, etc. are allowed. The owners of The Narrows Resort on Blue Lakes are Art and Sharon - and they purchased the p

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