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The Best Winter Tents for Cold Weather Camping

Orange tent in high mountains
Camping in the winter is much different than camping during the rest of the year. But it can be done. And you can have an enjoyable (and, most importantly, warm and cozy) time while doing it. In addition to a warm winter sleeping bag, the most important piece of winter camping equipment is a quality 4-season winter tent. The best winter tent...

112 of the Best Camping Gifts for Outdoor Lovers

Camping gifts can make the perfect present for any outdoor enthusiast! The outdoor recreation industry is always coming up with unique, convenient and sometimes wacky new gear options. And these innovations are always stepping up to solve every imaginable problem and inconvenience you might encounter on the trail and at the campsite. And plenty more that will just make our lives...

40 of the Best Places To Go Camping In New Jersey

Camping In New Jersey
New Jersey camping really offers something for everyone. If you an RV camper, you'll find plenty of RV resorts and state parks that allow for RV camping. If you're a tent lover, then you'll find state parks and all sorts of wonderful wooded and beachside places to pitch your tent.

How to Set Up the Perfect Camping Shower for Every Situation

Staying clean while camping is tricky. If you’re not staying at a campground with showers, and don’t have an RV with a built-in shower, you might think there’s no easy solution to getting clean. Sure, this might not be a huge deal on a weekend camping trip... But on a weeklong camping trip, backpacking trip, or any other extended stay outdoors, you’ll...

Camping Hygiene: Your Guide to Staying Clean While Camping

The minimalism of camping and backpacking is one of my favorite aspects of it. You leave the majority of your “things” behind at home, relying only on a small amount of outdoors equipment. There’s certainly not enough space for all of your home hygiene products – and often no designated restroom or shower facility either. But that certainly doesn’t mean you shouldn’t...