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August 31 is National Trail Mix Day, the perfect time to celebrate this versatile, portable and nutritious snack.
Do you love yard sales? If your answer is an enthusiastic “yes!” you’ll want to mark your calendar for August 3-6, then grab some cash (or your credit cards) and head for the World’s Longest Yard sale to see what kind of treasures and bargains you can find.
When a Swiss company invented aluminum foil over 100 years ago, little did it know what an impact it would have on campers everywhere. Foil packet cooking is now extremely popular, and it’s easy to see why.
Summertime is the prime season for water skiing and wakeboarding, and with so many lakes to choose from across the country, you just might have a tough time deciding where to go next. Here are five beautiful lakes you just may want to tow your boat to this summer. No boat? No problem.
The better you prepare for your camping trips the more enjoyable they’ll be, and the same is true for bringing along your pets. Here are a few things to think about up front to make sure that Fido and Fluffy also have fun on your next camping trip:
What could be more refreshing on a summer day than enjoying the gorgeous views and soothing sounds of a waterfall? You can find many of these beautiful natural wonders throughout the country, so why not add one to the itinerary for your next camping trip? Here are a few to consider:
What better way could there be to celebrate Independence Day than by going camping and watching a spectacular fireworks show? We’ve rounded up some fantastic celebrations across the country for you and your family to enjoy that have great places to camp nearby:
To help you celebrate National Camping Month this June, we’ve put together a collection of practical tips and tricks you can use to make your life a bit easier on your next camping trip:
1. Bring Boredom Busters for the Kids
There are serious bike races and then there are quirky ones where the organizers display a serious amount of creativity and imagination to make their events fun for everyone.
Say the word “canyon,” and many people will naturally think of the Grand Canyon, the granddaddy of them all. But there are many other canyons to explore across the country, each of them spectacular in its own way. Here are a few worth a visit on your next camping trip: