Teach Your Teenaged Children Survival Skills During A Camping Trip

If you are planning a camping trip this fall and plan to teach your two teenaged children survival skills that could help them in the event that they become lost in the wilderness, enjoy bonding with your children during the getaway and follow the tips below to teach your offspring valuable life lessons. Pitch A Tent And Discuss The Importance Of Location If you will be staying in a campground and have been assigned a spot to pitch a tent, demonstrate how to erect the structure.

4 Campfire Cooking Tips

While there's nothing wrong with making something simple like hot dogs on a camping trip, there are also a lot of options for campfire cuisine that are super tasty, easy, and will wow your family and friends. To take your campfire cooking skills from blah to gourmet, just follow these easy tips: Get the Right Cooking Supplies The pots, pans, and cooking utensils you use every day at home aren't a good match for the great outdoors.

First Time Jitters: How To Encourage Your Child When Going To Overnight Camp

For many children, summer brings along with it a life-changing rite of passage. Going off to overnight summer camp is a major lesson in both independence and leadership. For some children (and parents!), the thought of going away for camp without mom or dad can be very scary. The following are some things you can do to ease any worries both you and your child may have while also ensuring that the time away will be filled with fun and excitement: 

It's Summer Time! How To Get Your RV Ready For That First Trip

When the weather turns warm and the sun is high in the sky, a summer road trip just might be in order. Your brand new RV was placed into storage for the winter months and now you need to take it out and get it ready for that first trip. For a new owner, you might not know how to ready your RV, so here are a few things you must do before hitting the road.

Tips To Remember Before You Head Out For Your First RV Camping Trip

If you have a new RV, you probably can't wait to head out on your first camping trip with the family. At the same time, you should know that getting a RV to and from the campground is easier said than done. Here are 3 tips you'll want to keep in mind to make sure that your RV gets to the camp in one piece and that you'll have a great time when you're there.