Recreation

Safety comes first when you’re out camping. This means you need to avoid large and some of the small creatures of the forest. Even small animals such as squirrels can present a danger. It should go without saying, but do not give bears food if you encounter them.

Plan plenty of activities for your camping trip to keep yourself busy while camping. There is much more to camping than just roasting marshmallows over the campfire. Try to think of things to do that each member can have fun with. Take your children’s age into consideration when thinking of something to do.

Bring pocket or dryer lint on your camping adventure. The lint can make fire that burns brighter than flames produced from wood chips.

Stay away from brush and wood as well as thick or deep brush.Always look through your things to make sure a snake has made it home.

Toilet paper is an important item to bring with you on any camping excursion. You could use leaves, but it’s unnecessary when you can have baby wipes and toilet paper easily accessible at a local store.

Make sure to have adequate amounts of food and food. If there are bears in your area, be sure to store food far from where you sleep. Burn your garbage so the smells do not attract any bears to the area.

Some things to put on the list of items to pack are flashlights, matches, matches, hats and sundries. No one likes to pee in the dark, so matches and flashlights are really useful tools. A hat works well to keep the sun off and hide those bad hair days, while toiletries allow you to be clean on your trip.

When you do not pack and plan properly for your camping trip, it can be not only dangerous, but a disastrous adventure that no one will enjoy. Fortunately, the article above provided you with what you must know to enjoy a safe and enjoyable excursion.