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Tips To a Successful Camping Trip

Written By mela armono on Tuesday, June 17, 2014 | 5:59 PM

Camping in some areas can be dangerous. Be sure to research the area you will be camping in to make sure you have a good time on your trip. Make sure you know about the wildlife, the climate, the geography of the location you will be going to. This way you can know what to avoid.

You do not have to completely rough it while on your trip. Bring along some snacks that you will enjoy, coffee and cream for your coffee, as well as some books to read or games to play. You will find the trip a lot more enjoyable if you do these things.

Oranges can be a nutritious snack for the trip, as well as an organic mosquito repellant. Rub the peels of the orange on your skin and it will repel the mosquitoes for you.

It is a lot easier to setup your camp in the daylight hours. If it is possible, arrive at your camp before dark and get setup. Be sure to pitch your tent on as flat and dry ground as possible. Having sunlight to help you in the process of setting up your tent is very helpful.

Before you go to a new area to camp be sure to research the dangers that are commonly found there. Knowing about spiders, snakes, flash flood areas, and the geography will help you know how to stay safe and enjoy your trip.

Children will enjoy camping, but be sure to plan some activities for them for the trip.
You may also want to pack some extra clothing for the trip for your kids also. They seem to get dirty very easily. Having some extra clothes will make it easy to change them if needed.

Pack plenty of food. It is important to make sure you have food that will not spoil during the trip, or that you can store it in an ice chest to keep it cold. You do not want your trip to end early because of food poisoning, so take proper precautions with your food.

Make sure you have flashlights and batteries for the trip. Bring along extra batteries. It is also helpful to have a lantern for the trip. These light a lot more area and can help make it safer around the camp site. You may want to pack a utility knife with you also. They have a lot of helpful tools for your trip.
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