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In these times of social distancing, it’s only natural to miss getting together with your fellow campers. But there are many ways you can still stay connected, even when you’re apart. Here are a few fun ideas:
The concept of social distancing is really nothing new to campers who love to get out to enjoy wide open spaces. But it’s now something everyone must abide by.
Major League Baseball’s spring training games are now underway, so it’s time to head to the sunny climates of Florida or Arizona to watch your favorite teams get ready for the 2020 season!
While it’s true that camping trips are a great time to unplug and take a break from being tethered to your electronic devices, there are a few ways technology can actually help make your trips easier to plan and more enjoyable. Here are a few apps you may want to download before your next trip.
It takes the right combination of location, amenities, and, of course, exceptional customer service to make a campground stand out above the rest. Just ask the experts.
Campers love to get new gear or gadgets that they can try out on their next camping trip. So we’ve done some of the legwork for you to find great gift ideas for the campers on your list. Each of these items is available on Amazon and we’ve listed the approximate prices. Happy shopping!
It’s always fun to gather up the family to go see a dazzling light show during the holiday season. So why not double the fun by planning a camping trip at the same time? Here are a few great places where you can do both:
Santa Claus Land of Lights
If you’re getting ready to store your RV for the winter and you live in a cold climate, there are certain things you need to do to winterize your rig to avoid problems down the road.
Fall is just around the corner, which means it will soon be time to enjoy one of nature’s most dazzling displays—when the leaves change from summertime green into brilliant shades of gold, yellow, orange, red and purple.
August 10 is National S’mores Day, so there’s no better time than right now to celebrate this cherished (and delicious) camping tradition. No one knows for sure who invented s’mores, but they at least date back to 1927 when a recipe for “some mores” was published in a Girl Scout handbook.