You're headed camping, and you're armed with the essentials: a tent, some munchies and your laptop. Wait, laptop?! For Internet-obsessed campers who want to have their wilderness experience (and surf the net), we've got 5 related gadget suggestions.
If your family is the type to hit the open road with a tent and backpack full of trail mix, you'll love this list of 10 gorgeous camping destinations. Head out West for amazing sights and experiences. We'll help you plan your trip.
Camping with your children isn't anything like striking out solo into a canyon, mountain range or forest with just your backpack and your wits. You've got to think about their safety and abilities, plus meet their most basic needs.
Roof racks can give travelers some much needed space on their long road trips. But if you install a roof rack incorrectly or pack it too tightly, youÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢ll be chasing your unmentionables down the highway.
Fishermen are very serious about their craft, and they keep their gear in top condition. Whether they carry one rod or 20, getting their tools to their choice of fishing spot can take some maneuvering. You can just tie your rod to your roof and be off.
Family camping is a rite of passage for many young children and has been for decades. In order for future generations to enjoy this bonding pastime, today's campers need to care for their surroundings -- by going green.
Buying a family camping tent is like buying a vehicle in that your family's needs and wants are paramount. What would make them comfortable and happy? That's one of many things you should think about as you shop. Here are four more.
Everyone loves exploring the great outdoors ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã‚Â¦ until hunger strikes. Nothing puts a damper on camping quite like a sad supper of beanie-weenies. Here's everything you need to know about packing, prepping and plating food for mealtime in the great outdoors.
While part of the appeal of camping is "getting away from it all," that doesn't mean not planning any activities for your family to do together. If you're stuck for ways to keep them entertained, we've got some high-tech and low-tech pleasers.
Ah, camping -- a chance to get out into nature and away from the toils of everyday life. But in today's tech-heavy world, have we forgotten how to occupy ourselves without the aid of gaming devices and television?
Camping is a great way for children to learn all kinds of things, big or small, about nature. It's also a great way for families to learn about each other. Use our checklist to ensure that nothing's forgotten on your great adventure.
If you decide to take the family dog along on your next camping trip, you'll need to prepare a bit before the canine fun begins. What essentials will your dog need, and what kind of prep work is crucial on your end of the leash?
Scenic views, glimpses of rare wildlife and good times around the campfire make camping worthwhile. But if there's one downside that a lot of us nature lovers could do without, it's the difficulty and hassle of trying to take a shower without the wonderful amenities of modern society.
Campers turn to the wilderness to escape from the stressors of everyday life. But camping requires more thought than pulling on a pair of boots and wandering into the woods. These tips will help you prepare.
A hike seems like little more than a leisurely walk -- until you hit that hilly terrain. Suddenly, your fun little stroll has just become an exercise in pain and fatigue. How can avoid that fate ahead of time?
Most dogs enjoy being outside even more than we do -- it's a brand-new world of smells, sounds and sights for them to discover. A hike might be the perfect way for you and your dog to get some exercise and have some fun. We've got some tips to make it a safe and happy trip.
For some people, hiking is little more than walking in the great outdoors. But others take the activity to the next level, venturing into rougher, more remote terrain. What gear can help you get the most out of your hike?