Plan Your Next Camping Adventure
Looking to spend the night out under the stars? Let the Active Weekender team help you plan the perfect camping trip.
We have guides for the first-time camper, as well as the more experienced camping enthusiasts.
Below you’ll find our recommendations for must-have camping gear, ideas on where to spend your next camping trip, what to eat when you’re camping, and more camping guides.
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Are you thinking about going on a camping excursion but your funds are a little low? Do you want to enjoy all the glory and majesty of the great outdoors without paying an arm and a leg for the experience? If so, the following article may prove very useful to you. Here we will outline
Camping outside can be adventurous and fun, provided you set your tent up in a favorable area that lends itself to sleeping well, and you bring along some of the accessories and amenities that will make tent camping more bearable. In this article we will outline several tips for sleeping well in a tent—tips that
Camping with the family has so much potential for fun, and that’s probably what you were thinking when you planned this trip. But now that it’s time to get things in action, all you can think about is the potential for disaster. It’s there, for sure, but it’s not inevitable. With some advanced planning and
If you do a fair amount of car camping, then a camping table like this one from Timber Ridge might be just what you need for better camping meals. As you may already know, there are a variety of different options out there when it comes to camping tables – everything from something you can
Camping is a timeless activity that parents and kids have enjoyed for generations. But there are also proven benefits to spending time out in nature in a time when only ten percent of children are getting outside to play every day. From increasing kids’ confidence to promoting their creativity, camping helps expose kids to new
Survival-Mastery.com claims that you can live up to two months without food. Even if that’s the case, heading into the wilderness without sustenance isn’t very enticing. If you’re a camper or a backpacker, you can satisfy your hunger and eat like a king if you pack the right items and know how to prepare them