Some of the best family camping tents are Zippers hands down. They open up because of their design. They do not collapse in the middle of the night. They also provide incredible comfort because of the unique design.
In choosing you tent there are several factors to take into account: Size – number of people in your party Don’t go by Label – read reviews and check size recommendations. Sometimes different sizes can differ. Consider between taking an extra small for young kids or adding a mattress to your camping tents. You may need a bigger tent as they get older. Your bedroom is your sanctuary. Your bedroom is where you want to be. Your bedroom is your fortress. There is nothing worse than sleeping in a small tent. You will never get intimate with nature if you are not at least a hundred of miles from civilization. Even if you think you will die of suffocation or hypothermia there is a chance you will survive. You just never know. So pop in a bear repellant and have a nice camping trip.
Tip Number 1 – Campsites. You can spend a weekend at a campsite. But I recommend you try to camp near a water source. It will be much safer camping near a water source. Water is always good to have in the pan. So make sure you have a good seal on your water source. Even if you plan to catch a boat to your campsite, carry a few jugs of water with you. Always check the source first.
Tip Number 2 – Protect yourself. Always carry some bug spray. Every body is subject to bug bites but not everyone is courteous. When you are at your campsite stop burning yourself. There are so many ways to skin them. If you get bit by a snake, resist moving or screaming. Chances are the snake will just bite you in the venomous part of its mouth. Burn the snake. Call Poison Control and let them know the name of the snake and exact location. The same rules apply to scorpions. They are dangerous too. So keep away from them at all costs. But when you are on the trail style, you can take precautions. So do not turn your body into a shield. Let them bite you. Wear bug spray. What it means is they are going to keep biting you. Wear the bug spray and move at night when they are biting.
Tip Number 3 – Eat at All Costs.Eating is a great time to bond with your family and strengthen your relationship with them. But we all have that nagging feeling that we are hungry. When you are hungry and you do not have the right food, to put it simply, you are begging for trouble. So remember that if you are going to be eating during your camping trip, plan ahead. Get the right food and bring it with you. But do not leave out of this chore because you are on vacation.
Tip Number 4 – Protect your skin.Eating at your campsite can be a lot of fun. You can do a lot of fun things like baking, painting, dancing or even eating on the ground. But we all know that the feet are a lot more vulnerable to things like bug bites, poison ivy, etc. So when you are on your camping trip, treat your feet with a nice foot powder and a nice pair of socks or get a nice pair of bug pants to protect your feet. This will prevent any unwanted places that can give you bites and make your feet even more fun and attractive.
Tip Number 5 – Water Safety. Whenever you are near water always warn everyone to stay away. Never go into water if there are crocodiles around. If you are not close enough to a water source, you should still stay away. Do not swim if you see warning signs. There are still some watersites that are appealing to tourists only. So, if you see a sign that says No Divers, that means that is the free diving area and anyone who wants to swim has to do a sidewall.
RFS – Recreation Sites Safety Rico
If you see warning signs, do not hesitate to use your freewheels to explore more extreme places until you are more confident.