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What's The Best Season For You To Go
Experienced campers have well established preferences
for the season when they most enjoy their camping
expeditions. Many have camped during all four of the
major seasons, but beginning campers might best consider
camping in the warmer weather seasons, starting with
The summer is the most popular season for campers
because the weather is dry and warm, so campsites are
You need to plan ahead, make reservations and arrive
early to find a good campground, especially during
Some campers find winter camping more satisfying
compared to the summer months, because they say, winter
camping requires a specific strength and courage that
summer camp does not.
If you love the challenge it brings, then consider
“winter camping”. It can give you added
“self-confidence” realizing that you actually can endure
the preparedness and ingenuity this kind of outdoor
Certainly, there are many advantages to camping during
winter; no snakes, bugs, flies, bears, dust or
mosquitoes, plus winter wilderness view is breathtaking.
You can go snowmobiling, snowshoeing, “cross-country
skiing” and engage in many heartening challenges.
campgrounds during winter will most likely
be quiet, empty and normally less expensive.
With good planning, you can enjoy the slow pace of
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And there are 47 more States anxious for you to visit and enjoy family
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Here are some reminders for winter camping:
Drink plenty of water to fight or avoid hypothermia
because water effectively replaces the moisture that
is expelled from the body due to constant heavy
breathing. Just drink water even when you feel you are
The recommended amount is one gallon a day.
At signs of an approaching
storm, immediately put your rain gear on.
Should you get wet, change right away to
warm and dry clothing, because the moist
clothes will quickly suck heat from your
Remember to pace yourself.
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