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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:
If you love being outdoors but hate to leave the comforts of home to go camping, you don’t have to! Glamping was made for you.
This beautiful drive stretches for nearly 300 miles along the coast and offers plenty of interesting and breathtaking sights along the way.
There’s nothing quite like the irresistible scent of barbecue cooking over a campfire or grill. And since May is National Barbecue Month, it’s a great time to try some new mouthwatering recipes on your next camping trip.
Whether you’re an avid history buff or are simply curious about what life was like in a different era, a visit to one of America’s many ghost towns will transport you back to another era.
Water parks offer plenty of refreshing summertime fun for the whole family. Best of all, they have something for everyone, from the adrenaline-pumping thrills of steep water slides to obstacle courses, lazy rivers and those splash pads the little ones just can’t seem to get enough of.
Camping trips are a great time to put the electronics aside for a while and encourage the kids to get creative while enjoying being outdoors. Here are a few fun nature-inspired craft projects that your kids will love:
Route 66 is a slice of Americana that takes us back to another era, and there are so many historic, fun and qu