Family Camping Guide

by Justin on October 27, 2008

Family Camping Guide

Looking for a great guide for fun family camping? Check out the Family Camping Guide. This is a PDF e-book filled with great camping tips and tricks. It starts off with “5 Best Reasons to Go Camping as a Family”. Items such as:

  • It’s educational
  • It’s active
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The guide also goes over what you need to know about camping in a National Park, tips for choosing a campsite and more. Other sections of the Family Camping Guide include:

  • How to spot a family friendly campground
  • Help choosing the right tent for camping in
  • Backpacks explained
  • Camping stoves and lanterns
  • Choosing the right sleeping bag or matress
  • Family camping cooking tips
  • First aid supplies and tips
  • What to do if the weather goes bad
  • And finally: How to find deals on camping gear

This is a great 37 page e-book filled with family friendly camping tips. No time to read? That is covered also. The e-book also includes the book read aloud in MP3 format which is perfect for putting in your iPod or listening as you are on your computer. Want to learn more? Click here for more information on the Family Camping Guide.

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Tom Sorenson October 27, 2008 at 11:01 am

I’m guessing number one on the “how to” list is not to go camping in February. I tried to do that for the first camping trip with my wife – it was a bit nippy! So cold that my contact solution froze – I didn’t even know it could do that! Perhaps, I need to read this book!

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Justin October 27, 2008 at 11:07 am

I don’t think there is a specific section in there about keeping your contact solution warm but yeah camping in February is for hard core campers and Boy Scouts.

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Arthur October 27, 2008 at 3:40 pm

Sounds like a great guide to have. I love camping. I’m going to have to check this thing out.

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