Most people would agree that bacon makes everything better, so when we were trying to figure out what we should cook when we were field testing our new EZ Over grill, bacon wrapped & cheese stuffed hot dogs was an easy answer.
We’d highly suggest doing the prep work for this in your kitchen at home before you go – it’ll make life much easier so when you get to the camp site all you have to do is cook and not worry about any of the prep work.
There’s a series of lakes in between Canada and the United States termed ‘The Great Lakes’ and they are truly magnificent if you’ve ever seen them in person – but we’re not partial to the official great lakes, these right here are some of the greatest lakes we’ve ever seen!
It should be no secret by now that we love camping, and we think camping with kids can be an incredibly rewarding experience, but only if you plan it properly, so we’re going to help you do just that. There are a lot of tips and tricks we’ve developed over the years that will save you a ton of headaches and also ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience, so read on and let’s get you camping!
If there’s one type of photo we can’t ever get enough of, it’s mountain reflection shots. It takes the right combination of lighting, stillness on the water, and just absolute simple beauty of mother nature herself, and when you find the perfect combination, it’s just pure magic. Check out some of our favorite mountain reflection shots right here.
Campfires are quite possibly THE MOST essential part of camping, and for good reason. They provide warmth, a source of heat for cooking, and a great place to gather around. Knowing how to make a proper campfire is an absolute must, so let’s help you learn everything you need to know.
We should start out by saying that it’s never possible to 100% bear-proof a camping trip if you’re going to be camping in bear country, but there are a number of ways you can really stack the odds in your favor, and it boils down to two pretty basic things – making sure that bears don’t find a reason to visit your campsite, and making sure they have every reason to leave.
There’s nothing quite like the fresh air and a night sky full of stars that camping provides: for a great many individuals, an evening spent around a campfire, complete with roasting marshmallows and a few good friends is the greatest escape. More than 22 million Americans participated in some sort of camping, according to the Outdoor Industry Association, in 2014. While some enjoy their camping trips energetic and daring, others choose a more restful and laid back getaway. No matter how you camp, it truly is a wonderful experience.
Going camping for the first time can be confusing. A lot of people tend to over think that they’re going to be stuck in the middle of nowhere with no access to anything, so they tend to bring everything they own. Most first times should find comfort in knowing that a majority of the KOA and privately owned campgrounds typically have a general store on premises, and are usually a short ride away from town so you can grab anything you may have forgotten.