Adult only campgrounds

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Adult only campgrounds are campgrounds for adults only (usually defined as individuals over 18 or 21 and up). Many of these adult campsites don’t allow anyone under 18 – not even as guests. Adult only campgrounds are popular in the UK, Europe, and…

Adult only campgrounds

Adult only campgrounds

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Adult only campgrounds and RV Parks Adult only campgrounds are campgrounds for adults only (usually defined as individuals over 18 or 21 and up). Many of these adult campsites don’t allow anyone under 18 – not even as guests. Adult…

What is overlanding?

What is overlanding?

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Thought to be a term of Australian origin, overlanding refers to extended travel by land, often with elements of adventure, discovery, or self-reliance. Overlanding can also refer to an extended excursion taking the “road less traveled” – finding a path…

What is boondocking?

What is boondocking?

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While there is some disagreement over the definition, the term boondocking usually refers to free camping. The term boondock was first used by U.S. servicemen serving in the Philipines. It is from a Tagalog word “bundog” meaning mountain. U.S. servicemen…

What is boat camping?

What is boat camping?

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Boat camping or boat-in camping comes in many forms, but at it’s most basic, it combines boating with camping. Rather than driving to a campground in your car or SUV, load up your boat with a tent, food, sleeping bags,…

4 Camping Blogs We Read

4 Camping Blogs We Read

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Here are a few camping blogs I follow. Thought you might like to take a look. FamilyCampMan –  ”Camping checklist and camping blog” focusing on family camping, learning, photos, and gear. “By a regular dad who wants to get his…

3 Great Places to Camp in Texas

3 Great Places to Camp in Texas

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In the Texas hill country, near Blanco, TX, on the Blanco River, The Blanco Settlement uniquely offers RV and cabin camping only (tent camping is not available), with all sites enjoying a river view. All cabins include continental breakfast and…

3 Great Places to Camp in Pennsylvania

3 Great Places to Camp in Pennsylvania

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A popular destination for both Pennsylvanians and out-of-staters living in Maryland, Ohio, and West Virginia is the expansive Raystown Lake, which offers opportunities for camping, boating, swimming, and fishing. Located in Huntingdon County in west/central PA, and a short drive…

What is a bear canister?

What is a bear canister?

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If you camp in bear county, chances are you’re familiar with the bear canister – a hard sided container used by campers and backpackers to protect food.  In some parks, including Yosemite National Park, bear canisters are required. Bear canisters…