Category: Camping Tips

10 Essential Roof Top Tent Camping Tips | Pros and Cons 2019

So you’ve took the plunge or perhaps you are still considering camping with a roof top tent. Either way there are some important factors you need to know when camping with a vehicle and an RTT. There are some pros and cons that resonate with SUV tents and Truck Bed Tents, but their are also

Ethical Toilet Ideas for Camping | How do Camping Toilets Work?

Countless new products and methods have been designed to provide a more hygienic and efficient camping trip. Shower tents combined with portable showers or toilet tents combined with portable camping toilets, to name a few. The list is endless and I’ve often pondered how do chemical toilets work, along with bucket and commode toilets. If

Tarp Shelter Configurations 2019 | How to set up a Tarp?

  There are many different ways to set up a camping tarp and that all depends on what gear you have with you and what is readily accessible to you. There has long debate in comparing tarps versus tents, but it is widely accepted that tarps offer far more versatility in their set up. Leading

Tarp vs Tent | Camping Tarp Pros and Cons 2019

Why should I use a Tarp Tent? Backpacking or Camping with a tarp allows you to get into remote areas that are not easily accessible or inaccessible via other forms of transportation. How much you have to carry depends on the terrain, weather, and how comfortable you like to be while traveling in the wild.

How to Choose a Backpacking Tent? | Buyers Guide 2019

Backpacking and hiking are some of the top outdoor activities that are closely tied with camping. They can even be done with your dog. However they aren’t the same, they are similar but require vastly different gear. As you’re on the move constantly with backpacking, you need something that’s going to support your journey, not

31 Pro Tips for Camping with Dogs | Dog Camping Tips 2019

Many people consider it a daunting task as a first thought, to take your dog into the wilderness. You may feel a sense of danger or concern when embarking (pardon the pun) on your first adventure with pooch. However bear in mind that dogs are much lower maintenance than children, friends or family members and