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Many rock climbers use the gym as a training ground for getting outdoors. The gym provides a controlled environment for building a climber’s fitness in an arguably safer space. However, if you know anyone who rock climbs, you know they’re always looking for something to climb. A recent video captured... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-23
By 50 Campfires
The National Park Service saw another year for the record books in 2023. The agency recently released the numbers from last year, and it shows a steady increase in visitors at most parks, with some setting new records. So, which national park gets the most visitors? Great Smoky Mountains National... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-23
By 50 Campfires
Camping crafts for kids Camping is my passion and camping crafts for kids is the activity to enhance the skills among children.so every parent like me without any doubt struggling to make their child one of the best from others. Camping apart from outdoor demands activities. Here I gathered 12... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-23
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By Campcanvas
While adventure dinosaur tent camping is very unique idea to setup a tent for kids or toddlers. I am very conscious about kid’s activities hope you will be like me.so what’s a matter right and stylish tent can enhance camping experience for both kids and parents alike. To make sure... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-23
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By Campcanvas
Old Faithful is one of Yellowstone National Park’s most popular destinations. The popular geyser is a household name in the outdoors. While millions flock to the park each year, there’s still plenty of wildlife within Yellowstone. That includes multiple packs of wolves. One pack recently stopped by to visit Old... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-23
By 50 Campfires
The new national park visitor numbers are in. The National Park Service says in 2023, 325.5 million people visited an NPS site, including national parks, national historic sites, and more. In fact, last year saw an increase of 4%, or about 13 million visitors from 2022. According to the official... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-23
By 50 Campfires
A beach south of El Conejo // After an entire week spent resting and working in a cozy casita in Los Barriles, we’re eager and excited to get back on the road this morning.  We’ve spent five weeks in this southernmost region of Baja and today we’re ready to begin... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-23
By Two Happy Campers
Just because the weather turns doesn’t mean you need to get all your winter runs done on the treadmill. Investing in a high-quality winter running jacket will be worth it when you can still hit your favorite running trails and routes despite the season. Our top pick for cold weather... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-22
By 50 Campfires
Going backpacking but don’t want to lug around a heavy tent? It can be a struggle to balance the downsides of gear weight with the bonuses of a comfortable and reliable shelter on the trail. An ultralight backpacking tent is the perfect solution, offering a lightweight yet sturdy option that... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-22
By 50 Campfires
White Sands National Park is known for its white gypsum sand. The endless rolling desert hills of the park make visitors feel like they’re in an infinite void of white. That feeling is amplified when a strong sandstorm blows through, and the sky matches the dunes for a complete whiteout.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-22
By 50 Campfires
Just because the weather is a little chilly doesn’t mean the hiking season is over. In the winter months, you can spend a day exploring deserted snowscapes or discovering new places that might be off-limits in the summer heat. Once you embrace the cold air on a brisk walk somewhere... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-22
By 50 Campfires
REI, a well-known outdoor retailer, is leaning further into the world of adventures and guiding. A new press release from the company says they’re adding more bookable excursions and are in the process of building a camp near the Grand Canyon. The company says demand has led them to add... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-22
By 50 Campfires
Enjoying your own company is a beautiful thing, and that’s why solo camping has become increasingly popular in recent years. A 2023 camping report by The Dyrt shows that solo camping increased by 28% from 2021-2022.   Solo camping is a wonderful way to connect with ourselves and with nature. If... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-22
By 50 Campfires
It’s no surprise that dogs and coyotes are related. Both canines have a shocking resemblance. And sometimes, they even act like pet dogs. At least that‘s what it looks like in this video with a coyote with the zoomies.  Check out the clip: View this post on Instagram A post... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-22
By 50 Campfires
The average human can only survive a few days without water. Perhaps the most important thing you’ll pack in your outdoor gear, then, is something that will ensure you can turn any water into safe drinking water if you need to. Water purification tablets are a popular solution for camping,... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-22
By 50 Campfires
Anacondas are already known to be massive snakes. These snakes primarily live in the Amazon and can measure up to 20 feet. However, a researcher says they recently discovered that the green anaconda snake is actually two different species. A recent specimen of the new species measures 26 feet long. ... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-22
By 50 Campfires
Make Instant Pot Camping Recipes when you want a hearty meal in less time by using a stress-free cooking process. High pressure cooking is the perfect way to prepare camping food when you’re RV... The post Instant Pot Camping Recipes appeared first on Camping For Foodies.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-22
By Camping For Foodies
This Instant Pot Chicken Fajita Pasta is the perfect no-fuss dinner recipe for your next camping trip. The Mexican flavored pasta is super-easy to make requiring minimal prep for a fast and filling, comfort... The post Instant Pot Chicken Fajita Pasta appeared first on Camping For Foodies.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-22
By Camping For Foodies
If you love cold weather camping but hate sleeping in freezing temperatures, a hot tent is the best option for you. Unlike four-season tents or mountaineering tents, which are basically beefed-up three-season tents, a hot tent is designed so you can safely operate a wood-burning stove inside the tent.  While... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-21
By 50 Campfires
If you’re a fan of manatees, now is the time to be in Florida. As winter slowly winds down, the loveable sea cows will start their migration and spread out from the coves and springs of Florida through the Gulf of Mexico and up the East Coast. Every year, Manatees... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-21
By 50 Campfires
Nearly one in three campers (31.2%) go winter camping, according to The Dyrt. This is a sharp increase from less than a decade ago. The company says its data showed a 40% increase in winter camping between 2019 and 2021, and the trend has not slowed down, even after pandemic... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-21
By 50 Campfires
If you grew up watching Saturday morning cartoons, there’s a good chance that, at some point, the hero had to brave quicksand. The premise is nothing new. Everything from Looney Tunes to the cartoons of the ‘90s had characters getting trapped and slowly sinking into the mud. Fortunately, you don’t... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-21
By 50 Campfires
We’re about a month away from spring, but there are still ways to enjoy this winter. One unique experience is planning a winter visit to a national park. The seasonal change delivers a dramatically different landscape. Visiting a national park in the winter is like seeing a new park altogether. ... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-21
By 50 Campfires
As climbing has grown more mainstream and climbing competition has heated up, eating disorders have also become an increasing problem. Many athletes avoid eating proper amounts of food to keep their weight down, making them lighter on the wall. Now, the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) has a new... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-21
By 50 Campfires
A casita in Los Barriles // All I want upon waking is to be outside.  I make a cup of tea and sit on the rooftop deck of our rental and listen to the roosters crow.  After taking the time to watch the sun rise, I return indoors and we... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-20
By Two Happy Campers
After a few year break, Rocky Mountain National Park says they’re bringing back their fast lane. The entry will allow drivers to skip the lines and use an automated gate transponder to enter the popular park. The transponders work with certain passes, and the goal is to create an easier... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-20
By 50 Campfires
Choosing the right jacket for your hiking trip can be a tricky decision. Weather can be unpredictable, so choosing the most optimum layer of protection against the elements requires a little research. From rain jackets to cozy fleeces, there are many styles to choose from to suit whatever adventure you... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-20
By 50 Campfires
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is investigating after a mountain lion attacked a woman. Officials say the attack was this past Saturday, February 17. Wild officials have since euthanized one cougar. Wildlife officials say there are reports of a second mountain lion, but they found no additional... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-20
By 50 Campfires
Transcript Dudley Edmondson is a legendary outdoorsman and birder, nature photographer, cinematographer, speaker and an author. In 2006, he published a book called Black and Brown Faces in America’s Wild Places. He hopes that his books, photos and film work will inspire the next generation of Black, Indigenous and other... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-20
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
Transcript What if swiping on a dating app led you to your partner and an epic bike ride the length of Latin America? This was the case for Erin Azouz and her now-husband Mehedi. The bike trip profoundly shifted Erin’s relationship with her work, her husband, and most importantly with... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-20
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
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Published on: 2024-02-20
By The Campsite
The pet peeve of many longtime hikers is the scourge of speakers on trails. Countless online debates criticize people bringing Bluetooth speakers into the outdoors and blasting their music for all to hear. Leave No Trace is working to end unwanted noise in the outdoors. The organization focuses on protecting... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-20
By 50 Campfires
When you think of festivals, you may imagine loud bands, big crowds, and expensive food and drinks. Plenty of national parks hold their own festivals, but they’re usually a lot quieter. Death Valley National Park will host their Dark Sky Festival in a little more than a week. According to... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-20
By 50 Campfires
A popular waterfall destination in the California State Parks system is essentially closed for the 2024 season. Park officials say they’re shutting down a big part of the park’s trail system. In a press release, the state announced the closure of trails at McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park. Those trails... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-20
By 50 Campfires
The East Cape - > Los Barriles // These last few days we’ve been camped at a surfing hot spot, but you never would have known it until this morning.  Not long after sunrise the beach becomes lined with vehicles and the water filled with surfers.  Folks set up and... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-19
By Two Happy Campers
Trekking and hiking are both incredible activities that involve spending time walking in nature. Have you ever wondered if there was a difference between the two?  From serene forest trails to challenging mountainous terrains, both hiking and trekking offer a wonderful way to see the world. We’ve broken down the difference... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-19
By 50 Campfires
While humans play a significant role in the destruction of wildlife habitats, there are also efforts to restore and protect animals. This work happens firsthand when building an artificial reef. Most often, one of the first steps is sinking something like an old ship as the foundation for a reef.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-19
By 50 Campfires
When it comes to wild canines, telling the difference between coyotes and wolves is a common issue. Many people mistake the smaller coyote for its larger cousin, the wolf. However, when the two meet in the wild, there’s no mistaking which is which. Recently, a guide service in Yellowstone National... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-19
By 50 Campfires
Camping in New Hampshire, with its diverse landscapes ranging from the rugged White Mountains to the serene lakes, offers a wealth of experiences for nature …... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-19
By Beyond The Tent
Camping in Tennessee, with its lush forests, rolling hills, and the majestic Great Smoky Mountains, offers an array of experiences that cater to outdoor enthusiasts of …... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-19
By Beyond The Tent
Embarking on a camping adventure offers a unique blend of freedom, nature, and simplicity. However, staying connected and powered up in the great outdoors doesn’t …... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-19
By Beyond The Tent
A solar panel for camping can be an invaluable tool for outdoor enthusiasts, especially if you’re planning a camping trip in a remote area with no electrical hookup. To use a solar panel, all you have to do is place the device under direct sunlight. It will then absorb the... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-19
By 50 Campfires
Mount Baldy is one of the most iconic mountains in Southern California. The more than 10,000-foot-tall mountain is part of the Los Angeles skyline and is a challenging but popular hike for locals. However, six hikers recently attempted to summit Mount Baldy in the winter, and rescuers needed to use... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-19
By 50 Campfires
Now I will try and be nice, no I wont, after being gazumped with the party room for the 2nd year running and the site fee’s allegedly £25 per night and the general high prices in the pub AND trying to keep the money we paid for a room we... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-19
By Northern Friends Caravan & Camping Club
Unbelievable, it has crept around again… Easter holidays are only a few weeks away. Are you organised, if not do not panic, there are plenty of last minute opportunities that would pleasantly surprise? Our super sleuths found a few gems that were still available at the time of writing this... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-19
By Achtung Camper
The East Cape // Even though my cold rages on and I’m still entirely without a voice, I can’t deny that I’m still in paradise.  The breeze is subtle today transforming the waves from loud and turbulent and in to a calming melody.  A short walk down the beach opens... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-18
By Two Happy Campers
The East Cape // At 2:30am I’m sitting cross-legged in the sand beneath the bright light of a waning gibbous drinking a hot cup of tea in hopes of easing the sore throat that’s keeping me awake.  It does the trick and come morning I feel well enough to be... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-18
By Two Happy Campers
Looking for a cute and colourful sleeping bag that will keep your kids warm on your next camping trip? We’ve put together a handy kid’s sleeping bag guide and found some of the best kids’ sleeping bags around… Pod Kids’ Sleeping Pod Kids’ Sleeping Bag Guide When choosing a sleeping... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-18
By Camping with Style Camping Blog | Glamping • Travel • Adventure
With its stunning coastline, rolling hills, and diverse woodlands, the Gower Peninsula in South West Wales is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. It is the first place named as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Britain, and since then, recognition from various groups and institutions has continued to pour... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-17
By Camping Divine
Copright Janet Groene 2024. To donate $10 per year as a voluntary subscription in support of this weekly blog use your Paypal account to send to janetgroene@yahoo.com/ This blog has had more than 263,000 views. To ask about rates to place one ad, one link on all six Janet Groene sites... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-17
By Camp And RV Cook
Did you know that fat biking in snow has become a popular winter activity? With its growing popularity, more and more cyclists are taking to the snowy trails to enjoy the thrill and adventure of riding on fat bikes. Winter fat biking offers a unique opportunity to explore nature’s winter... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-17
By Camp. Hike. Bike.
The East Cape // The optimism I went to sleep with immediately vanishes from my body when I wake at 4:30am feeling as though my mouth has been lined with concrete and I can hardly swallow.  I get out of bed, Mark following behind, and learn that my voice is... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-16
By Two Happy Campers
Rancho San Dionisio - > The East Cape // I love this life so much… living in a tiny space, spending the majority of our time outside, moving to a new location every few days. Most of the time. Then there are days like today, when it just feels hard.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-16
By Two Happy Campers
Spending a night in the great outdoors can be a transformative experience. (At the very least, it’s often very fun.) However, it won’t be fun or transformative in any good way if you choose a rotten—or, worse, unsafe—place to set up camp. There are some things you need to know... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-16
By 50 Campfires
Car Camping Tips In this article you will explore about 30 Best Car camping tips with family that is an excellent opportunity to find nature, and create unforgettable memories. There are many ways for camping but where you can enjoy and travel hustle free life is the only car camping... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-16
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By Campcanvas
Earlier this year, officials in the Tahoe area had to remind people about bear safety. Someone had posted flyers around town saying the bears were starving and needed help. The list of misinformation continued to a dangerous point. Now, wildlife officials from California and Nevada are partnering to create more... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-16
By 50 Campfires
You can camp in cold weather. Yes, you’re going to face cold temperatures. No, you might not stay warm the whole time. But if you have the right gear and a positive attitude, you can not only avoid being miserable but also have a lot of fun. Planning a camping... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-16
By 50 Campfires
If you’re living in Alaska, you need to prepare for some close encounters with wildlife. Even the state’s largest city Anchorage, is home to moose and grizzly bears. Recently, a Costco shopper recorded a close interaction with a moose. Amber Rotar, a lifelong resident of Alaska, originally filmed the video.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-16
By 50 Campfires
A video making the rounds on social media shows an alleged secret base in Antarctica. The video uses suspenseful music and Google Earth to zoom in on the station. While the video isn’t totally accurate, the base is real, but there’s nothing secret about it. If you haven’t seen the... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-16
By 50 Campfires
A decent sleeping bag is a vital component for any off-the-beaten-track adventure, but it can be tricky to know where to start. Purchasing a new one doesn’t have to break the bank. There are many great options available, perfect for any kind of adventure you have planned. A good night’s... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-16
By 50 Campfires
Escape the daily routine. Gear up the bike and just take off. Not just for a couple of hours, but for several days at a stretch and savour the blissful ease of cycling and setting up camp in magical places, with the Jack Wolfskin SS24 Bikepacking Collection. The Bikepacking collection... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-16
By Camping with Style Camping Blog | Glamping • Travel • Adventure
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Published on: 2024-02-16
By Camping Lanka
Creamy Pesto Pasta is an easy, cheesy backpacking meal that is quick to prep at home and cook on the trail. It only uses store-bought ingredients--no dehydrator needed for this one! The post Creamy Pesto Pasta (Backpacking Meal) appeared first on Fresh Off The Grid.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-16
By Fresh Off The Grid
Have you ever dreamed of exploring the great outdoors and sleeping under the stars? Do you want to feel at peace or enjoy adrenaline-packed adventures, all while being surrounded by the sounds and sights of nature? If so, wild camping in Wales, particularly in Brecon, may be the ideal nature... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By Camping Divine
We’re a little over a month until the official start of spring. Many places are still frozen over, but warmer weather is slowly creeping in. If you love getting outdoors in the summer, now is the time to start planning for your outdoor adventures.  We’re coming up on what’s called... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By 50 Campfires
Having the right hiking compass can make all the difference when navigating difficult terrain. Whether trekking through rugged mountain trails or exploring dense forests, having a reliable compass is essential for staying on course and not getting lost. If you’ve ever found yourself stuck, your GPS signal down, your phone... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By 50 Campfires
Are you tired of lugging around bulky, unreliable water containers during your camping trips? Or worse, arriving at your campsite only to realize that drinking water is miles away? It can be so frustrating dealing with containers that leak, break, or can’t keep your water fresh for long. Not all... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By 50 Campfires
What do you think of when you hear the term fire lookout? Famed outdoor writer Edward Abbey may have made the job most famous, and even when you hear the term today, you may be thinking of someone alone in a tower decades ago. However, there are modern day fire... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By 50 Campfires
Whether you’re hiking the Narrows in Zion National Park or just crossing a stream on a random hike near your campsite, don’t miss out on the chance to see what’s just across the bend by equipping yourself with some water shoes suitable for hiking. Neither water shoes nor hiking boots,... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By 50 Campfires
Are you tired of endlessly searching for the perfect vest that seamlessly combines style and comfort with your life? It’s a common struggle many of us face, trying to strike that delicate balance between form and function. But fear not, because the solution you’ve been seeking is finally here in... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By 50 Campfires
With efforts around the country to restore gray wolves, new packs are forming, and some are expanding further into wilderness areas. One recent pack was found just last summer in Tulare County, California, in the Sequoia National Forest. Wildlife officials say they named the new wolf pack “Yowlumni.” The California... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By 50 Campfires
Wind Cave National Park is warning visitors that the park’s namesake attraction will close sometime in late spring. The closure should last into the fall. National Park Service officials announced in a Facebook post that the closure is due to replacing and modernizing the park’s elevator system. Wind Cave is... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By 50 Campfires
Rallies are a great way to meet like-minded RVers, learn new things, make new friends and meet-up with old ones. Enjoy your next RV rally and maximize your experience with these practical pointers. 10... The post RV Rally appeared first on Camping For Foodies.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By Camping For Foodies
Rancho San Dionisio // There are many things to love about Rancho San Dionisio but what I’ve loved most about the last four mornings has been the opportunity for routine.  We wake, drink our coffee and tea, do yoga, cook breakfast, wash our dishes in a real sink with running... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By Two Happy Campers
A good pair of hiking shoes is a worthwhile investment for any outdoor adventurer. For rugged thru-hikes, trail runs, and day trips out in nature, your feet will be forever thankful for stylish and practical hiking shoes that can last the distance. Our top pick for women was the tough... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-14
By 50 Campfires
You go camping to get a break from daily life, but that doesn’t mean that you want to turn your back on all the comforts of home. If you love the idea of camping and simultaneously loathe the idea of sleeping on the ground, all you need is a good... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-14
By 50 Campfires
When you’re in the outdoors, you should do your best to stay away from wildlife. However, there are times when animals decide to get up close and personal, and there’s little you can do about it. This is true even with 7,000-pound animals. A recent guided kayaking trip in New... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-14
By 50 Campfires
Whenever you and your adventure buddy decide it is time to go on a backpacking trip, choosing a tent is one of the most important decisions you will make. It will be your safe place for the duration of the trip, whether it’s a long hike or a quick weekend... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-14
By 50 Campfires
We have all had those days outdoors where we are miserable because we can’t keep our extremities warm. Extremely cold temperatures call for a winter glove that goes above and beyond a standard winter glove. Extras like a fleece lining, waterproof or water-resistant coating, and a windproof membrane can make... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-14
By 50 Campfires
Many people living in towns near wilderness areas make every effort to coincide with wildlife, but occasionally, an unfortunate event causes experts to step in. Colorado Parks and Wildlife say they had to euthanize a mountain lion in the town of Silverthorne this week. The agency says multiple incidents caused... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-14
By 50 Campfires
The popularity of camping that boomed with the pandemic is not slowing down. According to the Dyrt, a popular app to find camping spots, more and more people are continuing to spend the night outdoors. The Dyrt just released their 2024 Camping Report. The report has good news, like more... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-14
By 50 Campfires
One of my favorite things about camping is the food. There’s just something different about a meal eaten around a campfire…whether it was actually cooked …... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-14
By Beyond The Tent
This zippy, slightly spicy noodle dish is reminiscent of Pad Thai and is SO simple to make! It’s one of our favorite backpacking meals that doesn’t require a dehydrator. The post Chili Lime Peanut Noodles (Backpacking Meal) appeared first on Fresh Off The Grid.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-14
By Fresh Off The Grid
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Published on: 2024-02-14
By Camping Lanka
Don't miss out on our upcoming adventure! Save the dates: February 23rd | 24th and 24th | 25th, 2024. ?✨  Book before February 18th to secure your spot! ??️ #Wildfeat  #NatureAdventure  https://wildfeatadventure.com/adventure-tour-packages/... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-14
By Camping Lanka
As the days get longer and there’s that refreshing whiff of Spring in the air, it’s a sure sign that it’s not long before we can dust off our camping gear and arrange a family camping trip without risking hypothermia. There’s simply no better way to celebrate the arrival of... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By Camping with Style Camping Blog | Glamping • Travel • Adventure
Athletes who focus on action sports are always looking for new ways to push the boundaries. Speedriding is the perfect example of this. Imagine going skiing with a parachute. Recently, one speedriding athlete shared a post while hitting the slopes in the French Alps. The combination of sports is intense... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By 50 Campfires
Nearly 60 million Americans went hiking at least once in 2022, and that’s up from 34.5 million a decade earlier. Day hiking is one of the most popular outdoor activities, in part because it doesn’t require an immense amount of training, skill, or gear. It’s also frequently a free to... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By 50 Campfires
Camping is the ultimate outdoor pastime, and finding the perfect tent is the outdoorsperson’s ultimate quest—at least gear-wise. Selecting the best camping tent for your needs is perhaps the biggest decision you’ll face as you prepare to start making some core memories out in the wilderness. It’s your home away... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By 50 Campfires
If you dream of getting outdoors and away from the office life, one possibility is owning a campground. There are thousands of places to camp around the country, and plenty of them are privately owned. Some are near national parks. Others are great spots for locals to spend a night... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By 50 Campfires
If you own a pickup truck and love camping, then you might want to consider buying a truck tent. For truck owners, truck tents can offer greater convenience than traditional camping tents. A truck bed is a solid foundation for pitching a tent and will keep you off of the... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By 50 Campfires
An investigation into the death of three endangered gray wolves now has a hefty reward tied to it. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says the case started on December 29, 2023, when they found three dead wolves in Oregon. The agency is now offering a $50,000 reward for information... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By 50 Campfires
Whether you’re taking camping trips or backpacking adventures, a camping axe is an invaluable item to keep with you. It’s a versatile tool for things like chopping wood, splitting kindling, or clearing fallen trees. Yet, while we probably all have an idea of what a camping axe is – something... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By 50 Campfires
Dedicated runner J Solle likes to be expressive with their clothing, whether in daily fashion or when running the streets and parks of New York City. Yet, until recently, the 29-year-old program manager struggled to find technical apparel that fit the bill. As a nonbinary athlete, Solle had two options for... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
Rancho San Dionisio // It’s our third full day in the same place and feels so good to wake with no intention of moving.  We wait for the sun to come out and warm the air before stepping outside for a morning yoga session on the lawn.  During yoga a... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By Two Happy Campers
Rancho San Dionisio // It’s 40 degrees this morning, by far the coldest morning we’ve experienced this winter.  (A far cry from the below freezing temps we used to endure this time of year in Colorado.). None of us guests on the ranch seem prepared for it and are all... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By Two Happy Campers
National parks cover millions of acres of land and see millions of visitors annually. Running one is like running a town. It takes thousands of employees to keep everything going smoothly. However, another essential part of maintaining park operations is volunteers. Here’s how you can volunteer at a national park... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By 50 Campfires
When it comes to camping, there are many options, from car camping to backpacking with a tent. You can camp with a hammock or a tarp to keep your base weight down. However, the simplest form of camping is cowboy camping. In short, cowboy camping is sleeping without any form... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By 50 Campfires
How to Frame a Canvas? In this article you will find how to frame a canvas? those blank expanses of woven fabric stretched over wooden frames, have been a staple in the world of art for centuries. canvases provide artists with a versatile medium to express their creativity. However, for... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-12
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By Campcanvas
Embarking on a camping trip can be an adventure that reconnects you with nature and offers a reprieve from the hustle and bustle of daily …... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-12
By Beyond The Tent
More than 80 million Americans go camping each year, making it one of the most popular ways people in the United States choose to spend time outdoors. Camping can be a lot of fun—you’re often surrounded by nature and people you love, plus you get a break from day-to-day life.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-12
By 50 Campfires
A recent video from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is an excellent reminder of how remote Alaska really is. The organization focused on wildlife conservation recently shared a video of one of its officers landing in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.  Be sure to check out this clip: View... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-12
By 50 Campfires
When most people visit Death Valley National Park, they’re there for the beautiful desert views or to experience the extreme temperatures in one of the hottest places on the planet. However, the latest attraction, a lake, won’t go away, thanks to a stormy few months in California. According to a... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-12
By 50 Campfires
If you’re looking to spend more time with wildlife in 2024, here’s a cool job to check out: A wildlife rescue volunteer who focuses on saving owls. In a recent video shared on social media, Valerie Motyka documented saving a barn owl that ended up trapped inside a casino. Take... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-12
By 50 Campfires
Wildlife officials in Arkansas say they are examining the carcass of a mountain lion that someone found in the state last week. The discovery is Arkansas’ first official cougar sighting in nearly a decade. The state’s Game and Fish Commission broke the news with a social media post. Finding a... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-12
By 50 Campfires
The current marathon world record holder has died after a car crash in Kenya. Kelvin Kiptum and his coach, Gervais Hakizimana, were killed after the car they were in veered off the road.  Multiple media reports broke the news after the crash late last night.  Kiptum set the current record... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-12
By 50 Campfires
Hiking and trail running are two popular outdoor activities that allow individuals to immerse themselves in nature while improving their fitness and overall well-being. Although both sports share the benefits of being in the great outdoors, they have distinct techniques and require different gear. Understanding these differences can help individuals... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-12
By Camp. Hike. Bike.
Rancho San Dionisio // Hot coffee and fresh baked chocolate chip cookies lure us over to the community kitchen this morning where we join in conversation with fellow travelers.  Clarence & Isabel, the owners and hosts of the ranch, have a way of bringing people together, it’s one of the... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-11
By Two Happy Campers
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Published on: 2024-02-11
By The Campsite
 Blog copyright Janet Groene 2024.   Springtime is just around the corner. Here are easy dishes, hot and cold, for the changing seasons.      MAKE AHEAD RECIPE OF THE WEEK  Take it to the family camp-out, the tailgate party, the picnic, the cookout.   Tuna Salad Jiggle     Chill this colorful... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-10
By Camp And RV Cook
La Ribera - > San Dionisio // Sure enough, the locals came to party last night.  That’s always the risk when camping on a beach near a populated area but we were in need of a place to sleep and hoped for the best.  Luckily it didn’t last all night... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-10
By Two Happy Campers
Los Frailes - > La Ribera // The encounter we were hoping we wouldn’t have occurs at 7am this morning.  After taking a closer look yesterday at the welcome sign that we passed on the way to where we’re parked, Mark and I deduced that we’re most likely not supposed... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-10
By Two Happy Campers
Looks like a good turnout for our first rally and should be fun, Thursday diners club, on Friday last time they had a live artist on and on Saturday we have the room with the skittle alley in it and I have a “dead good dead easy ” quiz lined... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-10
By Northern Friends Caravan & Camping Club
Looking for family camping ideas? Dive into our guide on Washington State’s best sites, kid-friendly activities, and essential camping tips.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-10
By Evergreen Adventures Blog
Winter Camping in Washington: Your Essential Guide to Stunning Locations, Gear, and Tips for a Memorable Adventure... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-10
By Evergreen Adventures Blog
Read our guide to the best snowshoeing in Western Washington. It’s easy to learn and a great way to explore the outdoors in Winter!... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-10
By Evergreen Adventures Blog
Find out more about the best campgrounds with Cabins in Washington State Parks! Explore the great natural beauty in rustic and modern cabins.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-10
By Evergreen Adventures Blog
Find out how to winterize a camper van & get it ready for cold temperatures. Learn the basic methods and how to protect your camper van!... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-10
By Evergreen Adventures Blog
Winter hikes in Washington offer unique adventures. From easy walks to challenging treks, find your perfect snowy trail!... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-10
By Evergreen Adventures Blog
When you’re in the Rocky Mountains, it’s a good idea to be on the lookout for wildlife. From bears to moose, plenty of animals could delay your commute. Recently, a video shared by Colorado Parks and Wildlife highlighted what appears to be an endless line of elk crossing a road.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-09
By 50 Campfires
One of Iceland’s most popular tourist destinations is temporarily closed due to a volcano. According to the Blue Lagoon’s website, a volcanic eruption began yesterday morning. The event led the company to evacuate the geothermal spa and close for the day. The park remains closed today, and they say they... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-09
By 50 Campfires
Southern California saw severe weather this week with strong winds and extreme flooding. The state’s governor declared a State of Emergency, with cleanup now underway. However, in places further from the coast, the weather brought more of a taste of winter. Multiple desert parks saw snow in areas of higher... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-09
By 50 Campfires
Venturing into the great outdoors offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. To ensure a seamless experience, reliable gear is essential, especially when it comes to creating a campsite that feels as inviting as home. One such crucial piece of equipment is the camping lighter, a... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-09
By Branch Outdoors
The East Cape // Ocean theatre begins first thing this morning with whales breaching not too far from the coastline.  I grab a chair and walk barefoot in the sand towards the water where I join the rest of the group for the morning show.  A mama whale and calf... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-09
By Two Happy Campers
Los Barriles - > The East Cape // The moment Mark opens the camper door this morning a stream of blazing orange light comes flooding inside.  He looks at me and says “it’s good, you should come outside”.  I peek my head out to see a sky full of cotton... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-09
By Two Happy Campers
To jump-start your romantic getaway, the best place to book your stay in East Texas is with Mill Creek Ranch Resort. Continue reading to discover why East Texas and Mill Creek Ranch Resort will set you up for the best romantic getaway for couples. … Read More The post Romantic... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By Cabin Camping In Texas Blog | Mill Creek Ranch Resort
Planning the best corporate events can take time and effort. This is why you should look to East Texas and Mill Creek Ranch Resort to help you and your business plan the best corporate events … Read More The post Plan The Best Corporate Events In East Texas appeared first... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By Cabin Camping In Texas Blog | Mill Creek Ranch Resort
We all have a few items in our gear closet that we hang onto far longer than gear shops recommend. There’s that sleeping bag pocked with holes but so cozy and layered with memories that we can’t bear to recycle it. Or the battered camp mug that no longer preserves... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
Transcript Kanoa Greene was born into a family of surfers in Hawaii, but for a long time she didn’t feel like she belonged in the ocean. She’d never seen a plus size person out in the water and she struggled to find gear to fit her body. Eventually when she... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
Transcript Over the past few years, Moondog Roop has done three major thru-skates. First in 2021, he spent 45 days on the 1,100 mile Florida Trail. In 2022, he thru-skated across the entire state of New Mexico, and in 2023 he skateboarded 444 miles on the historic Natchez Trace, a... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
A total solar eclipse will blanket a wide swath of the U.S. on Monday, April 8, 2024. Lasting up to four-and-a-half minutes, it will be the first total solar eclipse visible in the continental United States since 2017. When the moon passes between the sun and the Earth for those... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
Transcript What if your life revolved around leading groundbreaking polar expeditions? In 1986, polar explorer Ann Bancroft became the first woman to ski to the North Pole after a chance encounter with Will Steger.  Connect with Ann:  Website  Ann Bancroft Foundation Instagram Ann Reed website & featured song If you liked this episode:  Listen... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
Given the gentle assist that nudges the rider forward whenever the going gets too tough, it’s no wonder electric bikes are known for inducing joyful whoops as their riders buzz around town. (For the record, these pedalers are also burning calories.) Here’s the gear you need for the next time... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
Given the gentle assist that nudges the rider forward whenever the going gets too tough, it’s no wonder electric bikes are known for inducing joyful whoops as their riders buzz around town. (For the record, these pedalers are also burning calories.) Here’s the gear you need for the next time... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
Something about a new year makes us want to refresh our to-read (and to-listen and to-watch) lists. We’ve renewed our intentions to tackle that pile of books we want to read. It’s also the perfect time to tune into a podcast on a snowy hike or spend a chilly night... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
Something about a new year makes us want to refresh our to-read (and to-listen and to-watch) lists. We’ve renewed our intentions to tackle that pile of books we want to read. It’s also the perfect time to tune into a podcast on a snowy hike or spend a chilly night... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
Something about a new year makes us want to refresh our to-read (and to-listen and to-watch) lists. We’ve renewed our intentions to tackle that pile of books we want to read. It’s also the perfect time to tune into a podcast on a snowy hike or spend a chilly night... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, is an epic Catholic pilgrimage to the Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela, where St. James the Greater’s remains are thought to be located. The hike isn’t only for the pious, however. While there are many religiously significant stops along... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, is an epic Catholic pilgrimage to the Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela, where St. James the Greater’s remains are thought to be located. The hike isn’t only for the pious, however. While there are many religiously significant stops along... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, is an epic Catholic pilgrimage to the Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela, where St. James the Greater’s remains are thought to be located. The hike isn’t only for the pious, however. While there are many religiously significant stops along... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, is an epic Catholic pilgrimage to the Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela, where St. James the Greater’s remains are thought to be located. The hike isn’t only for the pious, however. While there are many religiously significant stops along... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
We’ve all been there. We purchase a new ski jacket, a fresh pair of hiking boots or the latest backpacking tent—only to realize we need a different version, a bigger size or another colorway instead. REI makes it easy to return items. That’s because the co-op stands behind the gear... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
We’ve all been there. We purchase a new ski jacket, a fresh pair of hiking boots or the latest backpacking tent—only to realize we need a different version, a bigger size or another colorway instead. REI makes it easy to return items. That’s because the co-op stands behind the gear... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
We’ve all been there. We purchase a new ski jacket, a fresh pair of hiking boots or the latest backpacking tent—only to realize we need a different version, a bigger size or another colorway instead. REI makes it easy to return items. That’s because the co-op stands behind the gear... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
We’ve all been there. We purchase a new ski jacket, a fresh pair of hiking boots or the latest backpacking tent—only to realize we need a different version, a bigger size or another colorway instead. REI makes it easy to return items. That’s because the co-op stands behind the gear... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By REI Co-op Journal | Stories About Life Outdoors
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Published on: 2024-02-08
By Camping Lanka
"Explore the Exceptional" Embark on the exquisite living experience at Mount Seven Holiday Inn.Discover nature's luxury retreat in Belihuloya.? Websitehttp://www.mountsevenholiday.com/INQUIRIES??‍? Email - mountsevenholidayinn@gmail.com☎️ Call - 071 764 7999... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By Camping Lanka
Park rangers in Great Smoky Mountains National Park are asking for the public’s help to solve a possible arson case.  Investigators say the incident happened Tuesday afternoon Off Laurel Creek Road, near the Crib Gap Trail. The trail is on the Tennesee side of the park. Fortunately, crews were able... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By 50 Campfires
If you’ve ever been surfing, you know there’s a good chance you’ll see some kind of wildlife. Whether that’s a pelican floating nearby or a dolphin or two. However, one surfer in South Africa managed the perfect synchronized moment with a whale, as both got big air. Brianna Cope recently... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By 50 Campfires
California’s Air Resources Board recently approved regulation to ban the sales of new gas-powered vehicles by 2035, in an effort to battle climate change and increase the number of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) on the road. California is one of 18 states tied to stricter vehicle regulations under the Clear Air... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
Source: Campendium
By Campendium
When staying in a hotel, you can typically choose from the many known chains, ranging from motels to five-star accommodations, and go into your stay with certain expectations. While similar chains are less common in the camping world, there are several franchises and clubs. But, how do you know which... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
Source: Campendium
By Campendium
The “Big Tent” is what locals call the annual Quartzsite Sports, Vacation & RV Show in Arizona. Ask anyone in town, “Where’s the RV show?” and you’ll likely get a response akin to, ”It’s just south of Interstate 10 on Highway 95, just look for the big tent,” according to... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
Source: Campendium
By Campendium
California is filled with adventure and amazing landscapes to explore. From mountain ranges to sandy beaches, this state offers amazing camping destinations, no matter where you go. And with more than 300 state parks, finding a place to park your rig is easy in the Golden State. Watch More on... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
Source: Campendium
By Campendium
Affordable, picturesque, and often filled with amenities, New Mexico’s state park campgrounds are ideal for RVers and tent campers alike. You can find campsites with hookups for only $14 a night and dry camping sites for merely $10 a night. Plus, if you purchase an annual camping permit, your nightly... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
Source: Campendium
By Campendium
Olympic National Park offers a dazzling array of landscapes: ethereal rainforests, dramatic coasts, and ponderous peaks. Few places on earth can capture all of the diversity in one location, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to find it. If you’ve visited Olympic National Park—or dream of visiting it—other locations... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
Source: Campendium
By Campendium
With lakes, rivers, mountains, wetlands, and open plains, Oklahoma makes for an ideal camping destination. The state’s park system helps highlight the diverse landscapes found in the region, and many parks offer campgrounds featuring amenities, activities, and spacious sites. Watch More on YouTube Here are a few parks to consider... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
Source: Campendium
By Campendium
Dreaming of gazing out on fields of ice and mountain peaks? While Glacier National Park is one of the most notable spots to see the few remaining glaciers in the contiguous U.S., there are a handful of other locations with massive ice fields perched amid mountain peaks, providing good camping... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
Source: Campendium
By Campendium
If you’re new to RVing, this video is for you. We’re sharing a few things you should know about getting started with the RVing lifestyle. From maintenance needs to campground bookings, these tips will help you get on the road and enjoy the wonderful world of RV ownership. Watch More... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
Source: Campendium
By Campendium
Are you an RV owner wanting to rent your rig to others when it’s not in use? Sharing your RV can be a great way to make extra money and help fellow travelers get on the road, but it can come with its own challenges along the way. Watch More... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
Source: Campendium
By Campendium
Yellowstone National Park wants to add a new permanent route into the park from the north. The project comes after a flood in 2022 damaged part of the northern portion of the park. The park is now considering constructing a road to allow more access while keeping conservation in mind. ... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By 50 Campfires
The International Shark Attack File (ISAF) annually researches and documents incidents involving sharks. The organization is part of Florida’s Museum of Natural History and is the go-to group for all things related to shark attacks. The ISAF says in 2023, they saw an increase in shark bites and fatal attacks.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By 50 Campfires
After hiking the Appalachian Trail in 2015, I became dedicated to the mountains. Camping was no longer just a hobby for me, it became my motivation to get up in the morning—I  discovered a totally different way of living. So, when Bowser (part beagle, part pit bull) came into my... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-08
By Camp | REI Co-op Journal
A camping table may not be the most crucial piece of gear in your camping kit, but having a table surface for prepping food and dining on is going to make your camping experience so much better. After all, nothing’s more frustrating than needing a surface to accomplish a task... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-07
By 50 Campfires
If you’ve started to think about planning some hikes for 2024, then your closet will need to be up-to-date and ready to go for whatever adventure you might have planned. Why not add a couple of new hiking shirts to the packing list? Whether you’re an avid hiker, or just... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-07
By 50 Campfires
Not every state can have endless trails, mountain peaks, surfable waves, or even easy access to the wilderness. Sometimes, these states lacking an outdoor culture are highlighted in a list like this one titled “Worst States for Outdoor Lovers.” Unfortunately for Oklahoma, it’s usually included in articles as not a... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-07
By 50 Campfires
Whether you’re scaling peaks or trekking through valleys, a great hiking hat is your best friend on any adventure. Finding the right hat style for you can take time, but the benefits of a good hat go beyond simply looking great. From maximum sun protection to long-lasting comfort, we’ve come... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-07
By 50 Campfires
With the latest camera technology, we can capture better videos than ever. Don’t believe it? Try watching a wildlife documentary from a decade ago and compare it to what comes out today. However, when it comes to the internet, you need to be on the lookout for artificial intelligence or... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-07
By 50 Campfires
The worst of the stormy weather is making its way from Southern California after heavy rain brought flooding to the Los Angeles area over the last few days. Dry riverbeds and creeks turned into raging rivers after as much as 8 inches of rain fell within the city. As a... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-07
By 50 Campfires
So easy and melt-in-your-mouth good! Instant Pot carnitas are a simple way to make unbelievably delicious carnitas that are fall-apart tender, full of flavor, and perfectly crisped. This Instant Pot carnitas recipe is a go-to for us at home but a great make-ahead camping recipe, too! Instant Pot Pork Carnitas... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-07
By Fresh Off The Grid
With this list of Blackstone recipes for a crowd, you can whip up easy chicken meals, burgers, eggs, and so much more. Whether you’re cooking for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, these Blackstone griddle recipes have you covered! The post 29 Blackstone Recipes Perfect for Outdoor Cooking appeared first on Fresh... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-07
By Fresh Off The Grid
The outdoors is a dirty place. Literally. There’s dirt everywhere. And if you spend any significant amount of time in the great outdoors, you’ll get dirty. Whether it’s dusty or muddy dirt, one of the best ways to rinse yourself off during a camping trip is a camping shower. When... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-06
By 50 Campfires
A good pair of hiking shorts will be useful for an array of activities, from backpacking trips to hot weather hikes. Whether you simply prefer to wear shorts in everyday life or you’re planning an adventure somewhere warm, this essential piece of clothing needs to be versatile.  Our top pick... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-06
By 50 Campfires
Honestly, what’s better than curling up under the stars with a cozy blanket? You just can’t go camping without a blanket . . . or, we suppose you could, but why would you want to? With all the blankets on the market, it can be hard to decide what you... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-06
By 50 Campfires
Grand Teton National Park officials say they’ve rescued a skier after an avalanche within the park.  According to a press release, Grand Teton park rangers requested a helicopter from Teton County Search & Rescue after an avalanche injured a 29-year-old skier. Officials say the woman was skiing with four men... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-06
By 50 Campfires
2 minute read Convenient camping is more accessible than ever thanks to the brand new duvets and self-inflating mats from Outwell, designed specifically for car campers. Read on to find out more. The new range from Outwell, is the perfect choice for those enjoying outdoor life from a tent or... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-06
By Camping with Style Camping Blog | Glamping • Travel • Adventure
Officials with Colorado Parks and Wildlife recently responded to an area of Colorado Springs to rescue an injured great horned owl. When officers arrived on the scene, they could immediately tell the animal was injured based on how it was acting.  Wildlife officials shared the video on Twitter/X and said... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-06
By 50 Campfires
Internationally acclaimed country singer Toby Keith passed away this week after a long battle with cancer. While he’ll be remembered most for hits like “Should Have Been a Cowboy” and “Red Solo Cup,” Keith also loved the outdoors, especially fishing. “Toby Keith passed peacefully last night on February 5, surrounded... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-06
By 50 Campfires
The latest installment of the HBO series True Detective takes the audience on a thrilling crime mystery in the cold, dark nights of an Alaskan winter. So, where was True Detective: Night Country filmed? In the fourth season of the series, the story focuses on the town of Ennis, Alaska.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-06
By 50 Campfires
A beach north of El Cardonal - > Los Barriles // I could easily spend a sixth day at this beach.  It’s treated us well.  But food and water is running out and waste is piling up bringing our week of self-sufficiency to a close.  Whether you travel on a... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-06
By Two Happy Campers
A GPS watch is a handy tool to have if you plan on going thru-hiking or on a long-distance hike. A good quality hiking watch will show you not only your time and distance but it will also have an assortment of features to let you know that you’re headed... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-05
By 50 Campfires
If you felt silly typing the question “how to wash ski clothes” into a search engine, I’m here to tell you that you shouldn’t. It’s a good question because most ski clothes contain waterproof fabric, and although durable, cleaning it incorrectly can damage it.  While the simple, short answer to... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-05
By 50 Campfires
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is asking for the public’s help for an annual count of bighorn sheep. If you’re a fan of hiking and searching for wildlife, it could be a great way to get outdoors. The count focuses on the San Gabriel Mountains of Los Angeles... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-05
By 50 Campfires
It’s almost that time of the year, when the wave of camping expos kick into gear in Australia, and as usual Achtung Camper are on board. We are hitting the road and set to steal the spotlight at two upcoming shows – one in South Australia and the other in... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-05
By Achtung Camper
Enjoy delicious camp meals without ever lighting a stove! These no cook camping meals are perfect for keeping things simple or dealing with fire bans. The post 55 No Cook Camping Meals appeared first on Fresh Off The Grid.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-05
By Fresh Off The Grid
Somewhere north of El Cardonal // There isn’t so much as a whisper of wind this morning.  The sea is still, the air is warm, and the sun is intensifying by the minute.  It only makes sense then to spend the day on the water.  Mark had hopes of snorkeling... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-05
By Two Happy Campers
More than eight years ago, a mountain biking video changed the game for extreme sports. The film called unReal features mountain biker Brandon Semenuk. Long before drones became standard use in outdoor sports, this video filmed an entire segment of riding in a single continuous shot. The result is argued... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-05
By 50 Campfires
Mountain lion and human interactions are rare. Mostly, these wild cats avoid being anywhere close to people. But that doesn’t stop many people from being nervous about hiking in mountain lion country, especially when you learn how fast they can run. A new video posted to Instagram captures a cougar... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-05
By 50 Campfires
The State of California is in a State of Emergency as extreme weather is once again wreaking havoc along the southern coast. Unlike recent storms that brought heavy rains, this system also brings strong winds. According to multiple media outlets, tens of millions are in a high wind advisory with... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-05
By 50 Campfires
Did you know that the right choice of sleeping bag can make or break your camping experience? It’s true! A surprising 80% of campers report that their level of comfort during the night directly correlates to the type of sleeping bag they use for different climates. When it comes to... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camp. Hike. Bike.
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Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Zen
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Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Zen
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Zen
vintagecamping: Sunbathing lakeside in Tungelsta. Sweden 1964... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Zen
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Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Lanka
Looking for the perfect spot to celebrate the New Year? Explore the charm of Horizon Kite Surfing Beach Resort on the breathtaking Kalpitiya beach. ?? Our resort offers spacious surroundings for you to bask in the tranquility. Let us craft an unforgettable stay for you—one that will have you returning... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Lanka
Call Now! ?☎️ 075 4152537 ☎️ 0719376385 For a Memorable Camping Experience! ? ?️ 3000/= ? 6-person Automatic Tent 1? BBQ Machine 1? Charcoal 1kg ? Gas Stove 1? Gas Can 1 For an Adventurous Camping Trip! ? ?️ 4000/= ?️ 4-person Automatic Tent 1?️ 6-person Automatic Tent 1?️ BBQ... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Lanka
Not in Cuba, but right here in Sri Lanka! ????✨️ Introducing Havana Hues in Kosgoda, a stunning new villa that transports you to the charm of Cuba. Experience the uniqueness of this villa with its quirky small cottages, making it an ideal spot for both Honeymoon and Photoshoots. The ambiance... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Lanka
? ????????? ????? ? ??????_????? ? Conveniently located near Hakgala Flower Garden (just 10 minutes from Gregory Lake) ? Accommodates up to 16 people at once. ?️ ? Bedrooms ?️ ? Bathrooms (Including Hot Water) ?️ Kitchen (Self-cooking/Cooking facilities) ?️ Living Area ?️ Parking ? ? Cook services available upon... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Lanka
How about embarking on a refreshing getaway to Bandarawela, reminiscent of the charm of Nuwara Eliya? ??????? Ready for a holiday in Bandarawela? Swing by, and we'll set you up with an amazing Homestay!!! ? Conveniently located 1km from the Colombo-Badulla bus route Just 11 Km away from the falls... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Lanka
Elevate your lifestyle with our ready-to-occupy luxury apartments in Wattala and Athurugiriya, and our exquisite villa in Kottawa! ? No VAT worries – these projects are VAT-free! ? ? Contact us at +94 719 658 851 (Call or WhatsApp) ? APARTMENTS ? Location - Wattala ✅ 3 Bedroom apartment ✅... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Lanka
If you're planning a visit to Nuwara Eliya, Highland Breeze Boutique Hotel near Gregory Lake is the perfect accommodation choice. ??❤ Strategically located, you can easily access the town, lake?️, and other attractions in Nuwara Eliya. ?? Featuring 9 comfortable rooms with attached bathrooms and hot water, you have options... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Lanka
? Airport pick-up and drop-off services? Picnic arrangements? Educational tours? Transportation for worship journeys? Exclusive price reductions for Sri Pada pilgrimage? Tailored travel packages for Kataragama and Anuradhapura? Comprehensive vehicle rental options available from our company? Vehicles accessible from any part of the island? Travel safely with experienced drivers? Special... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Lanka
Experience a day filled with excitement near Colombo at just Rs.3500! ??? Unbelievable! This is a destination you absolutely cannot miss. ? ? White Moon Hotel, a luxurious retreat with a stunning lakeside view, is everyone's dream come true. ? ? The interior is simply extraordinary. @Upon reaching the 2nd... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Camping Lanka
Eighteen years ago, during our first visit to Killarney, as I was chasing our eighteen-month-old son around the park, I stumbled upon the La Cloche Silhouette Trail sign. Looking at it, I wondered what it would take to walk 100 kilometres. What kind of gear do you need to bring?... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Gone Camping Blog
Somewhere north of El Cardonal // Since we’re alone for the first time in weeks, it’s time to tend to some of life’s responsibilities.  Mark spends hours inside the camper sorting out some tech issues related to this website as well as some insurance headaches and other miscellany.  I sit... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By Two Happy Campers
Winter is a great time to drive California’s coast and view incredible wildlife, from elephant seals to monarch butterflies. Take a road trip to explore a few of the state’s best wildlife-viewing spots along California’s central coast. Start a bit south of San Francisco and finish in Santa Barbara, or... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-04
By 50 Campfires
To donate $10 a per year in support of this free blog,  use your Paypal account to janetgroene@yahoo.com    CAMPING & RV RECIPE OF THE WEEK Smoothie Pie If you travel with a 12v blender or  smoothie maker as so many campers do these days, this pie goes into your... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-03
By Camp And RV Cook
Do You Need A DSLR Camera. Lens, Speedlight (Flash), Gimbal, GoPro , Other Photography and Lighting equipment FOR RENT? Just Call Us.. Click on the link below or copy and paste it to your browser to enter into the new age of Camera Equipment RENTALS. ඔබටDSLR කැමරාවක්  Lens, Speedlight, Gimbal,... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-03
By Camping Lanka
Do You Need A DSLR Camera. Lens, Speedlight (Flash), Gimbal, GoPro , Other Photography and Lighting equipment FOR RENT? Just Call Us.. Click on the link below or copy and paste it to your browser to enter into the new age of Camera Equipment RENTALS. ඔබට DSLR කැමරාවක්  Lens, Speedlight,... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-03
By Camping Lanka
Somewhere north of El Cardonal // This morning the water is as calm as we’ve seen it in weeks.  Thanks to the stillness we’re easily able to see any disturbance in the water which reveals how much life is residing just beneath the surface.  Mobula rays are jumping in the... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-03
By Two Happy Campers
Heated ski gear is just one of the many advancements in technology used for sports. Nothing can ruin a ski day more than feeling cold, especially in the extremities. Heated ski gloves are a better alternative to hand warmers to keep your hands and fingers warm. Our top pick for... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-02
By 50 Campfires
Are you gearing up for winter hiking but struggling to find the perfect pair of pants to combat the cold? We understand the challenge of navigating through various options, and that’s why we’re here to help. Winter hikes demand durability, warmth, and versatility in your clothing. In this article, we’ve... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-02
By 50 Campfires
Federal officials are offering a $2,500 reward for information about a bald eagle shooting in Delaware.  The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is investigating after someone found the injured bird in November last year in Blackbird State Forest Dulany Manor Tract. The state forest is located in the northern part... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-02
By 50 Campfires
If you’re heading out the door to fish, at the very least, you should bring a fishing pole. Most people would. However, there’s a surprisingly large amount of videos online featuring people using their bare hands to pull fish out of the water. Check this video out: Holy crap. pic.twitter.com/uyPwVgLRcK... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-02
By 50 Campfires
Portland, Oregon is known for its art culture, food scene, and gorgeous city parks, but it’s also known for being one of the best outdoorsy big cities in the United States. The city of Portland is located in northwestern Oregon, right on the Columbia River. This puts it right on... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-02
By 50 Campfires
If you dream of rafting down the famous Colorado River through the Grand Canyon, now is your chance to sign up. The National Park Service says applications for non-commercial river trip permits are now available for dates in 2025. The Colorado River is one of the most fabled rivers in... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-02
By 50 Campfires
This Pesto Couscous Recipe has all the Italian flavors you love in a simple side dish that requires minimal prep and cooking time. My easy couscous uses basil pesto, sun-dried tomatoes and parmesan cheese... The post Pesto Couscous Recipe appeared first on Camping For Foodies.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-01
By Camping For Foodies
A visitor to Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort in California captured a video of a teenage girl falling from a ski lift ahead of him. Multiple media outlets are reporting emergency services transported the girl to a hospital, but her condition is unknown at this time. An Instagram user recorded this... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-01
By 50 Campfires
National parks and other outdoor spaces saw a massive increase in visitors around the pandemic. The crowds are why so many parks now use reservation systems. In some cases, those numbers have slowed down. In 2023, with the world back open for business after COVID closures, some expected to see... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-01
By 50 Campfires
Somewhere north of El Cardonal // This morning I lay in bed reading until the sun comes up.  A welcome change of pace from the last few days.  Mark & I put in a few hours of work, eat some breakfast, and then the five of us set out on... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-01
By Two Happy Campers
Cactus Sanctuary - > Somewhere north of El Cardonal // This morning, as soon as I step outside, I catch Mark & Josh agreeing that they’d like to pack up and get on the road sooner than later.  I’m barely awake and assume we can pack up at a leisurely... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By Two Happy Campers
Owning a pair of decent sunglasses is a worthy investment for anyone who likes to spend time out in nature. Sunglasses are so much more than a stylish accessory. They can protect your eyes from harmful sun rays, loose branches or glare from reflective surfaces.  It makes sense to invest... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By 50 Campfires
YETI, the company best known for its durable coolers, has announced the purchase of a backpacking brand called Mystery Ranch.  YETI is a prominent name in the outdoor industry. The company began about two decades ago and has become the industry standard for extreme coolers. Despite their price, the company... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By 50 Campfires
A pack of wolves near Voyageurs National Park discovered a trail camera set up by researchers. The pack of young wolves decided it was best to try and smash it. Fortunately for us, it was all caught on camera.  The footage comes from the Voyageurs Wolf Project, an organization focused... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By 50 Campfires
One of the most exciting ways to explore the outdoors is by canyoneering. The sport combines rock climbing with slot canyons and other exciting locations. However, the sport isn’t for the faint of heart and requires lots of training to have fun and get home safely.  A recent video shows... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By 50 Campfires
Staff members in Joshua Tree National Park say they discovered human remains off a trail in the Black Rock area of the park. A press release says the staff members found a lone backpack, leading to the remains. Officials are linking the backpack to 25-year-old Trammell Evans, a hiker missing... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By 50 Campfires
If there’s something many people fear about the ocean, it’s sharks. One of nature’s apex predators, sharks, have been given the spotlight in movies as terrifying animals. However, handling a shark while underwater may not be as complicated as you think. At least, according to this diver on Instagram. Check... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By 50 Campfires
If you like the idea of booking a stay at a cozy lodge, surrounded by wilderness, with a range of activities to choose from, here are some of the most epic adventure lodges around the world. Killary Lodge – Leenane, Co Galway, Ireland Image courtesy of Killary Lodge Set on... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By 50 Campfires
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Published on: 2024-01-31
By Camping Zen
xshaydx: Lake Vibes Shayd Johnson ( xshaydx )  More Photos : www.xshaydx.com ... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By Camping Zen
vintagecamping: Cooking breakfast over an open fire. Cooleman, New South Wales 1977... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By Camping Zen
Raven cottage at Trallwm Forest Cottages was absolutely magical. I can’t recommend this place enough and If you want relaxation and a total digital detox, this is the place to visit. Read on for our full review… Outside bath at Raven cottage Regardless of the season, I do my best... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By Camping with Style Camping Blog | Glamping • Travel • Adventure
LaPaz - > A Cactus Sanctuary // It was an ordinary start to the day.  Cook breakfast, do yoga, take advantage of the campground’s showers before setting off on the road again.  The afternoon, however, was far from ordinary. After an easy two hour drive south out of LaPaz and... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-30
By Two Happy Campers
If you love being outside as the endorphins hit those few minutes into your run, you aren’t going to want to quit just because it’s winter. Think of all the steps you’d be missing out on! That means it’s time to get yourself proper cold-weather running gear. Running in the... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-30
By 50 Campfires
Today marks “National Plan For Vacation Day.” The day is a great way to ditch some winter blues in hopes of making fun travel plans for the outdoors. For many, national parks will top their list, with beautiful views from Yosemite to Yellowstone to the Everglades. However, it’s important to... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-30
By 50 Campfires
New sonar images could be the key to unlocking one of the greatest mysteries in history. According to a company called Deep Sea Vision, they believe they may have found the remains of Amelia Earhart’s plane at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. In a press release, the company says... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-30
By 50 Campfires
A new video may have captured the rare first moments of a newborn great white shark. Researchers say the footage is significant because it’s “nearly impossible to be in the exact right place” to capture video of a baby shark. Carlos Gauna, an aerial photographer who often uses a drone,... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-30
By 50 Campfires
Beekeeping is a rewarding hobby, which, in addition to providing you with a constant supply of delicious honey, has positive environmental impacts, too.  Have you ever thought about the prospect of keeping bees? The months leading up to springtime is a great time to start your research. With the help... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-30
By 50 Campfires
REI, arguably the most well-known store focused on the outdoors, has completed a dramatic cut in its workforce. The company ended last week by laying off 357 employees. Most employees let go worked at the company’s headquarters, with another hundred working in distribution centers. “While this work was primarily driven... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-29
By 50 Campfires
La Paz // This morning feels different than any other morning in Baja because we actually have somewhere to be.  Appointments, reservations, itineraries…none of those things are a part of our life this time of year, something I take great pleasure in and never take for granted.  However, this morning... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-29
By Two Happy Campers
When tackling rugged terrains, it’s crucial to be prepared for the unpredictable. We recently purchased the X-BULL Recovery Traction Tracks, and we’ve got some insights to share. Made to assist in snow, sand, and mud, these tracks promise to be the companion every off-roader needs. Our experiences suggest these recovery... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-29
By Evergreen Adventures Blog
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says they’re looking at adding nine animals and a plant to the Endangered Species list. Seven of those animals live in the U.S. Officials with the USFWS came up with the list after completing a 90-day review of petitions for ten different species. Only... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-29
By 50 Campfires
While it may seem more like something from a children’s cartoon, some animals work together. Maybe most famously, this includes coyotes and badgers hunting as a team.  Emma Balunek, a Master’s student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, recently shared this video of the two in the act:  View this post... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-29
By 50 Campfires
Search and Rescue officials in Zion National Park say a hiker has died on the West Rim Trail. According to the official press release, park rangers responded Friday afternoon to the area near Scout Lookout, where there was an unresponsive hiker. Officials said when they arrived on the scene, they... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-29
By 50 Campfires
Cold-water plunges have a myriad of benefits, but the ones I hear about most often are related to mental health. While I’m far from an expert in winter swimming, I’ve felt that rush of adrenaline that comes from jumping into 40-degree water, and the feeling of warmth and joy that... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-29
By 50 Campfires
“” Public speaking is a skill that many individuals find challenging and difficult. Whether it exists before a large audience, delivering a speech at a seminar, or perhaps talking up in a conference, the capability to properly connect concepts and involve with others is important in today’s globe. Nonetheless, with... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-29
By Camping Universe
If you are a mountain biker, chances are that you’ve already ridden singletrack as it’s one of the most common types of mountain bike trail. Mountain bike trail systems are often designed around singletrack, but it’s also common when riding natural trails as well, so knowing how to ride singletrack... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-29
By Camp. Hike. Bike.
La Paz // This morning Mark & Parker tackle an electrical project while I get some work done.  It feels good to tend to our business among other miscellany.  I take note of how much more efficient I am with work while we’re in Baja.  The faster I get things... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-28
By Two Happy Campers
Hasara Beach Hotel – Wadduwa ? Your Cozy Coastal Retreat Awaits! ? ? Spotlessly Clean & Convenient:Impeccable linens and sparkling bathrooms for your utmost comfort and hygiene. ? Just Steps away from Wadduwa Railway Station:Enjoy seamless access to transportation and local attractions. ?️ Merely 300 meters from Galle Road:Immerse yourself... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-27
By Camping Lanka
Nestled in a picturesque setting just 500 meters away from the stunning Midigama beach, discover our charming resort. ? Enjoy the comfort of our cozy resort ??❤WhatsApp - 0705327578 Choose from two air-conditioned rooms and two non-AC rooms Two well-equipped kitchens for your convenience Relax in our spacious family room... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-27
By Camping Lanka
? Seeking the best deals on online air tickets? ✈? Look no further! Chariot Tours and Travels is your go-to destination for a swift and reliable online air ticketing service. Whether you're flying to any country or using any airline, we've got you covered. ✈?? Effortlessly book your flights to... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-27
By Camping Lanka
Experience the serenity of Mandara Nature Gardens, nestled in the tranquility of the countryside, where the whispers of nature weave a tapestry of peace. Set against the backdrop of the sun-dappled hills, this oasis of bliss in the heart of Sri Lanka welcomes you to a haven created by the... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-27
By Camping Lanka

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