When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Tent Camping

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Tent Camping. Get inspired and try out new things.

Best DIY Camping Hacks - SewLicious Home Decor

These best DIY camping hacks are kid-friendly and include camping tips and ideas to make your camping trip easier! Free camping printable also provided!

More information...

Essentials For Camping With Kids

Essentials for camping with kids for the 1st time. From what tent to sleeping gear, set up and things to take for toddlers. A great list ...

More information...

What to Pack for Yosemite in the Spring - Out of Office Mode

Though Yosemite is located in central California, its weather varies greatly from the nearby warmer, dryer central valley. In the spring, temperatures can swing from 20 degrees F to 80 degrees F in the span of days – which can make packing a challenge. Like dressing for San Francisco, the key is to bring layers that can be easily added or removed. Read on for what I packed recently for a three-day two-night car camping trip! For a sense of how the weather in Yosemite Valley can vary daily in April and May, here’s a sample of a weeklong forecast: Quite the variance – while the week leading up to my trip saw sunny days in the 70s and 80s, the days I went ranged from 30 degrees F to 60 degrees F with some clouds and rain. I also wasn’t sure if I’d be staying for one night or two. It was my first time solo camping (more on that later!), so I was leaning towards fairweather camping and concerned about the second day/night with steady rain in the forecast. But because I was car camping, I had the luxury of bringing a few extra items in case I stayed an extra night. Outerwear I brought water repellent layers not only because of the rain, but also as I planned to hike the Mist Trail, a notoriously wet (as the name implies!) hike in the spring. Rain Shell: North Face Venture II Rain Pants: REI (old, similar pair here) Breathable Insulation: Patagonia Nano Air Jacket Base Layers Short-Sleeved Shirt: Athleta Fastest Track Tee Long-Sleeved Shirt: Athleta Fastest Track Long-Sleeve Lightweight 1/4 Zip: Patagonia Capilene Zip Midweight Sweater: Smartwool Mid-Weight Crew Sweater Leggings: 2 pairs of standard workout leggings Underwear: 2 sports bras, ExOfficio hipster briefs, Patagonia hipster briefs Sleep / Underwear Clothing Sleeping Top: North Face 1/4 Zip Sleeping Pants: North Face Fleece Pants Accessories & Shoes Gloves: Running Gloves (old) Hat: North Face Beanie (received for free from a Meru film screening) Socks: 2 pairs of Smartwool Hiking Socks Shoes: Lowa Renegade Goretex Hiking Boots

More information...
RuthR
Ruth saved to Hiking

Camp Kitchen is packed and ready for our next adventure!

A subreddit for campers concerned more about the act of camping and less concerned about hiking long distances or light gear. Primarily for...

More information...

Campfire Grilled Nachos Recipe

Do you love nachos? Make these Grilled Nachos Recipe over the campfire on your next camping trip. They are easy to customize for each person.

More information...

Dollar Store Must Haves for Camping

Are you getting ready for camping season, but don't want to break the bank? Check out these Dollar Store Must Haves for Camping that you can't camp with out.

More information...

The Camping Cowgirl's Guide to Packing Up and Getting Away - Sisters on the Fly

If you’re like us, it’s pretty much always a good time to camp! But sometimes, the idea of “getting away” can seem daunting. How do I plan? What do I pack? And what could I stand to leave at home? Here are a few common sense […]

More information...

16 Camping Hacks That Make Camping Effortless - Organization Obsessed

16 Camping Hacks to make camping in a tent or RV simple, easy & tons of fun! Use these camping hacks for your next camping trip!

More information...

More related to Tent Camping

More like this