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Ultimate camp shower by Coleman

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Ultimate camp shower by Coleman

If you’re like me, you enjoy going camping, and you don’t mind getting a bit dirty because it goes hand in hand with spending time in the outdoors. At the end of the day, though, there’s nothing better than a nice, refreshing shower. At some campsites, this may well be a possibility as they are equipped with free camping showers, although these are usually not the most sanitary of places. But sometimes your camping trip may take you to a place where there aren’t such conveniences. If you’re going camping at a campground where all...

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Adventure tips in the dessert wilderness

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Experience the sights, sounds, and feel of nature in drama by visiting the desert. See for yourself, as barren conditions give up its bounty to the prepared beginning camper. Know there will be hot, dry summers and mild winter days with cold nights. Enjoy expanding views in all directions. Rocks etched into unusual forms and painted on picture postcard sunsets. Wake up each morning, finding changed colours with a brand new view on the world. It is no wonder that photographers seek out these ever-changing nature views. Desert camping is packed...

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Camping Bike Trip Tips

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Bicycle camping can be one of the most affordable, attractive ways to go camping. There are no high gasoline prices to pay since you’ll be using a human-powered vehicle to get to your camping base and for exploring during your camping trip. There are some important points to keep in mind before your first bicycle camping trip. Take a long, hard look at your physical fitness so you can decide if this type of camping is right for you. Your fitness level will also help you choose how far you can travel to get to your camp site. You goal may...

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A few tips regarding camping etiquette

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No matter the type of camping, the rules of standard camping courtesy and etiquette remain the same. Campers keep a few points in mind whether they’re out car camping for a night or backpack camping for weeks. Here are several reasons you should know the rules and follow them. Realise you benefit from following them too. Let’s face it; no one to arrive at a mess after hiking a long, hard haul to a campsite. They’d rather enjoy the natural setting and get some rest. Why Follow The Common Camper Rules? Camping etiquette is not...

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Meals and Grubs Ideas for Your Camping Trip

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The best part of camping is preparing your grub out in the wild and eating it. Everything seems to taste much better outdoors, probably because your appetite is fierce from the healthy activity you get when you’re camping. Considering that fact, there is no need to “go gourmet” on these trips. Simple grub is easiest to prepare and digest. Most of the recipes I use when camping can incorporate canned or dry ingredients instead of fresh ones, depending on your circumstances and ability to properly store fresh food. Dry milk, canned...

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Horse Camping provides a great opportunity to explore new trails and uncharted territory

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Horse camping offers a great family experience and will help you build a stronger bond with your horses. We will cover the training your horses must have before camping, the knowledge you must have before hitting the trail, horse camping supplies and where you can camp with your horses. It is best to use well-broke and bombproof horses, although camping and trails can be a great way to put miles on young horses. It is wise that you properly desensitise your young horses if you plan on taking them with you. Horses must also be well shod if...

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An Introduction to Alpine Camping

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Alpine hikers, also known as “alpinists” or “mountaineers,” outfit specialised gear and prepare detailed plans to ascend mountains. Due to extra equipment needs, alpine hiking is expensive at first. Alpine hiking also requires serious technical and physical preparation because you’re on the “edge” of risk. If you have any desire for this, you’ll need to practice for years to take on serious ascents. You’ll need to reach minimum levels of physical form, cliff climbing, mountaineering, and survival in extreme mountain...

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Oklahoma has so much to offer

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Oklahoma offers great family camping as well as beautiful landscapes. With many lakes and wildlife areas that offer camping for the family and fun. The many parks and lakes have special areas designed for different types of camping from base camping to backpacking camping. In addition to camping, many regions offer fishing, hunting, water sports, picnicking and hiking. Greenleaf State Park is located in Braggs, Oklahoma. A family friendly campground that provides a variety of camping options. You can do rough it as much as you want at this...

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Discover the Beauty of Texas

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Texas offers campers a variety of camping opportunities. Texas has a varied landscape and no matter where you travel in Texas, you can always find a great camping spot. West Texas has both desert and green with many national parks that have campgrounds. North Texas has lush with green and campers will enjoy the many lakes available. South Texas has many national parks with mountains and rivers to explore. East Texas has national forests for camping. The Texas National Forests are mostly located in East Texas. The Texas National Forests the...

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Camping Tips if You are in UK

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Hiking and Camping in the UK: Where to Go and What to Expect If you’re considering a hiking and camping trip in the UK, you’re in for a treat. With its stunning scenery, beautiful castles and ruins, and vibrant history, Britain is an ideal place to get away from it all. However, there are some differences between hiking and camping in North America and the UK. Here’s a breakdown of what to expect. Expect to cross private property. In North America, the law restricts where people can camp. Most people camp in state and national parks....

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