Women and Camping

Camping has long been seen as a tradition for men. Women have historically been portrayed as whiny and incapable on camping trips. However, women are camping more and more. Even women who aren’t outdoorsy are finding reasons and opportunities to not only go camping, but to enjoy it.

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Why People Love Camping

Camping has an important part in our culture in the United States. During the summer many families take to the road with their tents or RVs and camping gear to go and rediscover nature. We even have fifty-eight national parks that are preserved for campers to enjoy. Why in a world that has worked so…

Camping Safely

Camping is a lot of fun and a great tradition for many families. However, camping can be dangerous and certain safety precautions need to be made. Safety should always be at the forefront of your mind when camping. Here are some things you should consider when on your next camping trip.

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Desert Camping

When most people think of camping they think of forests, mountains, lakes, and other lush examples of nature. However, camping can also be done in the desert. Growing up in Arizona I can tell you that desert camping is a wonderful experience as long as you know what you’re doing.

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Group Camping Trips

For many, camping is thought of as a family activity. However, camping can be a great activity for any type of organized group. Camping brings people together and there are many activities that you can do with a group that simply can’t be done with smaller families. Whether you belong to a sports t…

Camping As A Boy Scout

Boy Scouts of America is one of the foremost educators of camping for young boys ages 12 through 18. Even before a child is old enough to be a boy scout the organization has activities for younger boys that help them develop good camping techniques. The other organizations are known as Cub Scouts an…