Don’t leave home without these five handy camping gadgets. You’ll have all the important conveniences of home without tons of bulky equipment.
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One of America’s oldest continuously running summer camps is marking a milestone this year.
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With autumn around the corner many people are desperately clutching to the remaining days of summer. Take some time to indulge in these five summer activities to ease the seasonal transition.
You won’t be hard-pressed to find dozens of wilderness, camping and nature exploration reality shows on television today, but don’t let the fun and adventure fool you. Venturing out into the wilderness is rather difficult if not done properly, and the participants on these shows have entire crews of people to turn to if the going gets rough. CBS Local spoke to Christopher Fenn, local wilderness aficionado and expert hunter, to glean the five top tips to bear in mind when planning your first – or next – camping excursion.
If the wilderness fascinates you but you aren’t too keen on properly roughing it, check out these five places to experience nature without, ahem, substituting leaves for TP. Read on to learn about the best nature reserves, state parks and retreats with lovely accommodations for both the ruffian and pampered soul within us all.
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By Rachel Booth Hip hip hooray for the three day weekend! Spend this holiday weekend with those you love, doing fun things you can afford. This week’s Free & Affordable Pittsburgh, we’re talking about a […]
Camping is a fun and affordable way to spend quality time with your family. Here are some tips for a successful camping trip.