Camping recipes don’t have to be restricted to meat-filled classics, but here are several vegetarian camping recipes for kids and the whole family to make and enjoy.
The path to a successful meat-free camping trip is a combination of simple kid-friendly meal ideas, minimal cleanup, and using non-perishable items.
A tarp, sometimes called a tarpaulin, is a strong sheet of coated waterpoof fabric that can be used as a temporary lightweight camping shelter. Here’s how.
Where did the seven priorities originate from? The concept of the seven wilderness success priorities originated from the American Boy Scouts, and recognizing those objectives… Read More »the seven priorities for survival in a backcountry or wilderness in Case You Get lost
Poison ivy is a three-leaved bush or vine. The plant’s urushiol oil sticks to skin causing an itchy rash. There are several treatment options for relief.
Poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac are all caused by a single factor: urushiol oil. It’s actually the oil from the hands that spreads the rash, not the blisters. Identifying Poison Ivy, Poison Oak and Poison Sumac is important in avoiding these pesky plants. The rash can be treated and the plants exterminated in time.
Geocaching is a treasure hunt that uses GPS coordinates. This is a list of things to help you get started in finding treasure.
While surviving in the wilderness, you may find yourself relying upon nature for food. Plants are readily available, but not all are safe for human consumption.
One of the biggest inconveniences facing the recreational camper is a lack of good camping drinks. Try these recipes for a delicious and relaxing camp tea.
A brief explanation of how to dress in layers for outdoor activities.