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Camping them Ideas, let's go find some beautiful place to get lost..

Updated: Aug 15, 2022

Let me start by pointing out, camping provides a host of benefits. Simply put, camping is great for you, both in body and mind.

Benefits include relationship building, opportunities to learn and develop new skills, unplugging and getting away from screens, connecting with nature, stress reduction, and increasing physical fitness.


When you consider all of the amazing benefits to your health and life in general, whether you go camping in your back yard or in a campground, time spent camping is time well spent.!


A Beginner's Guide to Camping for the First Time.


If you’re new to camping thats all right the best way to learn is to jump right in and try. You may encounter a few bumps along the road, but it is important to remember that your camping trip will rarely go as planned.


Start by getting familiar with camping basics, and simply start making memories of experiences that will help you become better at camping.


Your needs:Tents are beginner-friendly for most campers but not suitable for everyone. Older adults or those who may struggle sleeping on the ground should seek out more comfortable alternatives. Additionally, some tents may not be ideal for young children or rambunctious pets.


So here is my tent and few more for your consideration.😉


Coleman Cortes Camping Tent with Sewn-in Groundsheet

With a comfortable sleeping area for 2 or 3 campers, the Cortes also features a large porch that is ideal for keeping gear organised or storing muddy boots. Two doors offer multiple entry and exit options for increased practicality in poor weather conditions. The tent’s stable tunnel construction with fiberglass poles means it is quick and easy to pitch.

About this item

  • The spacious and kid-friendly Eureka! Jade Canyon X4, four-person, three-season camping tent is an ideal choice for your next family camping adventure.

  • The tent's 7-foot interior peak height and near-vertical walls accommodate even the tallest camper.

  • Eureka!'s CabinMAX architecture offers 30% more livable space than typical cabin tent designs and lower step-in height makes entry and exit easier for campers.

  • Overhanging open rain fly creates a dry entry porch awning while four floor-to-ceiling windows promote cooling air circulation, even during a light rain.

  • Outlast rain and wind storms with premium frame materials that make for a lighter, yet more durable tent that's ready for any adventure.

  • Living at the campsite is made more comfortable with convenient features such as an E! Power Port, 4 storage pockets, lantern loop and storm guyout storage pockets.

  • Sleeps four people; tent area is 64 sq ft; measures 8 by 8 feet (floor) and 7 feet tall at center peak; weighs 19 pounds 12 ounces (at minimum) and packs to 9 by 27 inches. Includes: Tent, Fly, Poles, Guylines, Stakes, Carry Duffel, Instructions.

Columbia Mammoth Creek 6 Person 👇🏻

About this item

  • Mesh

  • STRAIGHT WALL DESIGN: Straighter walls mean more internal space and higher ceilings for you. The 10' x 9' floor plan with a 72" center height fits 6 campers, or one queen air mattresses

  • PULL OUT WINDOWS: Pull out windows are designed to maximize internal volume, and allow you to keep the windows, even during rain

  • EXTRA COMFORT: Large adjustable ground vent and No-See-Um mesh provide maximum airflow on warm days and nights.

  • STORAGE: Integrated media pocket allows for storage of personal items and a window pocket for electronic devices.

  • WATER-REPELLENT: Omni-Shield coated fabric provides advanced repellency against water and stains. Omni-Shield fabric dries 3-5 times faster than untreated fabric, meaning it stays lighter even when it's wet.

CAMPSITE NEEDS


Headlamps, flashlights, lanterns and outdoor lighting like torches or LED tube lights will keep your campsite well-lit. You will also need a few bundles of approved firewood, a cooler and ice, a water dispenser and matches, a lighter and fire starter.


For your belongings that require batteries, bring some extras in case your lamp or flashlight stops working. A portable charger or power bank for your phone or other devices is also good to have on hand.


If reception is going to be poor in your area, you might also want to invest in a Wi-Fi extender or similar device to stay connected.


FURNITURE AND DECORATIONS


Add style and comfort to your campsite with camping chairs, plastic tablecloths and tablecloth clips for the picnic table, insect-repellant candles, small tables, shade structures and portable rain pavilions.

An outdoor rug will help catch dirt and grass before you go inside your tent, RV or cabin.


NECESSARY ITEMS

Bring hygiene items and toiletries, including towels, washcloths, soap, shampoo, shower shoes, your toothbrush and toothpaste and your contact lens case and solution, if applicable.

You might also enjoy the comfort of a soft robe and slippers.


now that we have the basics.


When you go camping, don't forget to turn off your cell phone. Leave the tablet and the laptop computer at home. Try to disconnect for a few days and enjoy the simplicity of the natural experience.


This isn't just a general tip to help you enjoy the experience; if you're willing to enjoy your surroundings without any outside distractions, you could increase your lifespan. You must know that turning off the cell phone and engaging with nature is one of the simplest ways to get the health benefits of meditation.


The Mayo Clinic reports that meditation may improve a number of serious medical conditions by increasing self awareness and giving a person stress-reduction tools. If you suffer from depression, fatigue, heart disease or even allergies, research shows that camping can improve your overall health.


Just don't forget to commit to the experience--if your cell phone's off, you're on your way to developing a stimulating, tranquil hobby that will keep you healthy for years to come.










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