Preparing Your Child For A First Overnight Summer Camp Experience

Overnight summer camps offer a great opportunity for your child to gain independence and experience new things. If you are considering sending your child to a co-ed summer camp in New England for the first time, there are a few things you can do to prepare him or her for this adventure. Here are just a few things to consider to help your child overcome being homesick. Pack Comforting Items From Home

Key Tips To Consider When Buying Cooking Supplies When You'll Be Carrying What You Need On An Extended Hiking And Camping Trip

If you’re planning an extended camping trip with a lot of hiking and limited or nonexistent vehicle access, the entire experience changes dramatically from the more mainstream tent and outdoor situation. When you’re roughing it and only using what you can carry, it’s important to carefully consider each item you are transporting and whether or not a lighter weight or more functional use of that object would be equally useful. The supplies that you’ll be cooking with on your trip are an excellent example of that issue, so, before buying any new items, it’s best to be aware of the following advice.

3 Reasons To Camp At A Full Service Campground When Camping With Kids

If you are looking for an excellent location to camp with your family, then you may want to consider camping at a full service campground. There are so many excellent reasons to choose a full service campground and this article is going to discuss 3 of these reasons in more detail.  Bathrooms  When you choose to camp at a full service campground with your family, you are going to have the luxury of having bathrooms provided for you.

Retirement On Wheels: Living In An RV Full Time

If you have finally retired, want to downsize and enjoy traveling, you may want to consider retiring in a recreational vehicle. The style of recreational vehicles (RVs) has changed dramatically over the previous years, with many of them containing the same features as your family home. RV camping as a full-timer isn’t for everyone, but if you enjoy the adventure of traveling, no longer want or need a large, two-story home and want to live on a budget, it may be the ideal solution for you.

Prepping Your RV For Storage During The Off Season

Even if you practically live in your RV all summer, it might be a better option to store your RV away from your home during the months this isn’t in use. There are plenty of secure RV storage facilities which will, in turn, clear up space in your driveway and yard. There are still some prepping and safety tips that you should run through before putting your RV into storage. Here are four things you should always do before dropping your RV off in storage during the off season.