Basic Camping Terms

This article contains affiliate links. Attractant: Anything that can attract wildlife is considered an attractant. Hunters use urine and other animal scents to attract prey. Food, perfumes, scented bath products, and waste can also attract wild animals. Backcountry:  Backcountry areas are primitive and undeveloped portions of parks and wilderness areas.  Backcountry areas are generally remote and difficult to access. Backcountry camping:  Camping in a backcountry … Continue reading Basic Camping Terms

The Ultimate Car Camping Checklist

This list is intended as a guideline. Use it to create your own list. Each item will not be needed by every person. This article contains affiliate links. Gear Tools: Pliers, screwdrivers, Scissors Extra tent stakes Rubber mallet Claw Hammer Duct Tape Camp Hatchet Bungee Straps Pliers Screwdriver Set Bicycle Pump Tarps/Groundcloth Camp Chairs Headlamp Firewood: including kindling and tinder (Tinder: The smallest element to … Continue reading The Ultimate Car Camping Checklist

Canine Camping Checklist

This article contains links to Affiliate Products. Please read the Affiliate Disclaimer. IDENTIFICATION  Temporary IDs can be purchased from pet stores, farm stores and online retailers.  Include your cell phone number, camp site number, and campground address.  You can also consider micro-chipping your pet if you haven’t already.  Make sure you have a current photo of your dog on your cell phone. Food and water … Continue reading Canine Camping Checklist