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Are your children begging you for
another trip to a pricey theme park? Is your spouse
dropping hints every time an advertisement for a cruise
appears on TV? Does the price of gasoline give you a
shock each time you fill your tank at the gas station?
Well, if you can relate, it could be a good time to consider
something different for your next family vacation-
possibly visiting in a camping site in the Great Outdoors!
When the family talk turns to this year's vacation, why not
suggest "Let's All Go Camping!"
doesn’t matter whether you were an “Eagle Scout” as a
kid or if the closest you’ve ever come to the great
outdoors is walking your pet in the park, you can
create lasting memories on a family campout.
This “Handy Guide to Fun Filled Family Camping” will show you
just how easy and inexpensive your family camping trip
and you'll create years of lasting memories without
having to take out a second mortgage on your home!
Camping gives everyone the chance to experience
wildlife firsthand, engage in hunting, fishing, plant
study, swimming, nature photography, canoeing,
The variety of possible activities will easily
satisfy every family member's interest, whether it's
hiking, backpacking, picture taking, exploring, RV or
Camping, or what
Anyone can max out their credit cards and fly off to a
theme park or go on a cruise - these are certainly
delightful ways for families to take their vacations.
However, there is really no substitute for the fun of
teaching your kids how to build a campfire, pitch a
tent, or sleep beneath the stars.
That's what it's all about. It's called "Roughing It" and
exists to varying degrees. For many families, their
level of going back to nature is the big part of the
(More about Roughing it later on this site*)
Absolutely nothing can replace the
experiences that nature gives us for free.
And, sharing them with the people we love is
You create lasting memories on a family
I vividly recall the many camping trips our
family took nearly 4 decades ago. We
visited family campgrounds in the Smokies in Appalachia and the
Grand Tetons in the Rocky Mountains, hiked the
Kiobob trails down into the
slept on beaches in Maine, panned for rubies
and did many other
35 years later, our children still talk about those
vacations, and now they're taking their kids
on Family Camping vacations, too.
If you are seriously looking for an inexpensive
alternative to your family vacation, this
"Handy Guide to Fun Filled Family Camping"
help you achieve your goals.
Or maybe it isn’t even the money. Maybe you are just
looking for a way to better connect with
those you love. Regardless of your
motivation and goals, turning your family
vacation into a family campout in the great
rewards that last a lifetime...
Tell your Camping and Traveling Friends
About this website
a Camping Equipment Checklist'
SPECIAL REPORT - "Taking Roughing" It
out of Family Camping"
REPORT - "Camping Party Fun"