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4 Plants to Avoid on Your Next Camping Trip

4 Plants to Avoid on Your Next Camping Trip

Unless you are camping on a sandy beach, you will no doubt come across as sorts of plant-life. Many plants you will encounter are completely harmless, However, there are also many that you will want to avoid. Coming into contact with them could bring your camping trip...

A 5-Point Guide to the Perfect Campsite Setup

A 5-Point Guide to the Perfect Campsite Setup

Besides location , one of the most essential parts of a camping trip for many people is comfort. The level of comfort one will experience is often determined by how the campsite is set up. Here a visual 5 step guide to setting up the perfect campsite with a textual version below.

Help Send Arizona Foster Children To Summer Camp

Help Send Arizona Foster Children To Summer Camp

Attention all Arizona friends - TRCC is happy to partner with Hope & A Future to help send Arizona foster kids to summer camp. This one is a no brainer! You can redirect your Arizona tax payments to a non-profit that will impact the life of a foster child for...

Camp Anatomy: 3 Ways to Experience the Outdoors

Camp Anatomy: 3 Ways to Experience the Outdoors

Did you know that 40.1 million Americans, or 14% of the population goes camping each year? That number should be much higher as there is noting like camping out in the open forest or other natural outdoor habitat. Here is an infographic that explores three different styles of camping including Classic Camping, Beach Camping and Backpack Camping. No matter which is to your licking, this infographic will show you which gear to take along for the journey.

Ditch the Tech: Spend More Time Outdoors

Ditch the Tech: Spend More Time Outdoors

Today’s digital technology is great! PCs, tablets, smart phones, television and the list goes on. But are we spending too much time with technology? The recent PokeMan Go fade was praised for many reasons, one of which being that it prompted people to “get outdoors” and experience real life. However, even this cannot compete with the real outdoors. Camping is one of those “real outdoors” adventures where tech can often interfere with.