Make The Most Of The Outdoors With Great Camping Advice

Being Prepared, A Beginner's Guide To Camping Basics Camping is something that is fun for the entire family. Whether you are new to camping, or are a seasoned veteran, there are always things you must consider before venturing out on your next camping trip. The following article will help prepare you for your next trip so that you have a safe and good time. When packing for your camping trip, make sure to pack either a pair of flip flops or water shoes. These will come in handy around and in the campground. For instance, if you are staying in a campground that has bathroom facilities and you plan on taking a shower, you need to wear shoes in the shower to protect your feet from foot fungus. Those big, colorful plastic storage bins make excellent places to store and organize all of your camping gear. While at home, keep it in a closet or the garage and right before you leave for your camping trip, pop it in the trunk. It should keep everything air-tight, easily and dry accessible. When it comes to food, bring only what you need on a camping trip. Extra food out in the wilderness is a calling card for wild animals to come visiting your campground. Tie it up in cloth and handg it as high as you can in a tree away from your immediate campground if you do find that you have additional food. This will help keep you from unwanted animal introductions. Look at the weather forecast prior to leaving for your trip. Some websites will tell you what the weather is usually like during the time you'll be going. If you have the correct weather information, you will be better prepared with proper equipment and clothing. If there are children with you on your trip, pack a few shovels. Kids love nothing better than digging in the dirt, and having the right accessories is crucial. If you have room, bring a bucket too. The children will happily entertain themselves in the dirt while you unpack, set up camp and do everything that you need to do. You can make tasty meals even when you are camping. You do not necessarily need to eat just beans and franks or hamburgers. Pack a box with herbs and spices, olive oil, brown sugar or whatever else you like. You can fix meals that have flavor even when you are "roughing" it. Make sure you are aware of what hospitals are close to your campsite and how to get to them. While you don't want to think about anything bad happening on your trip, it is a possibility. Certain injuries will necessitate a visit to the doctor, so it is best to know where to go before something happens, and you are in panic mode. Do not count on it to keep you dry when it rains, just because your tent is labeled waterproof. Pack a couple extra-large tarps to take along with you. Use one to set on the ground under your tent and keep one dry to use to cover your tent if it looks like it is going to rain hard. If you are camping with others, ensure that there is something available to keep everyone entertained. There is nothing worse than a bored campmate, as they will constantly pester you for activities. Before hand and make sure they know how to entertain themselves for the trip, talk to your family and friends. Start your camping trip off the easy way with a precooked meal that can be kept in a cooler. There are many things that must be done on the first day and knowing that you have a delicious meal already prepared can make the end of the day relaxing and more enjoyable. Understand how your food will be cooked. You need to consider how you are going to prepare all meals. Will you need charcoal? Perhaps you need a small propane tank. It can be difficult to cook every meal over an open fire no matter, how much fun it might seem. Establish a daily routine early on if your children are with you. This will help them adjust to their new surroundings and have a good time. Try to stick to a certain bedtime and eat your meals at about the same time each day. Your kids will be happier, and you will be as well. In order to get started, think about how aggravating it would be to go to a campsite, only to find out that you have to clean up someone's mess. Make sure you clean up your mess. If you clean up after yourself as you go along anyway, you will have a much better experience. Be aware of the wildlife where you are setting up camp. You do not want to set up in a place where the skunks, racoons and opossums have already called home. Learn the signs of the animals so you can find a safe place to set up camp without worrying as much about these animals at night. A utility knife is one of the most useful camping tools. This knife is a must-have for campers, and you should have a spare in case something happens to the first one. A polite thing you can do for the campers who follow you is leaving wood for them. Think about how difficult it can be to find some wood if there is none on the campsite, especially when it is dark. So, be courteous to others and leave as much wood as you can. Look into the temperature rating of the sleeping bag you are considering. You do not need one that is rated for the cold temperatures if you are not going to be camping in cold climates. Finding the sleeping bag that will keep you warm enough without cooking you will make a huge difference in your camping experience. Learn how to mark the trails that you are exploring. It can be quite easy to get lost in the woods. Marking the trails that you are walking will make it easy to find your way back to camp. If you get lost, it can also help others find you. You should now feel empowered to plan a great camping trip. Whether you are camping near or far, keep these tips in mind for your next trip. 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