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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.
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.
Camping with kids can be a great experience. However, to make sure everything goes smoothly and you have the best time, a few things need to be considered. For example, you’ll want to make sure you do your research ahead of time, prepare a checklist so you don’t forget anything, and even plan for some fun games and activities.
With eleven million plus kids attending a camp this summer, the piles of “lost and found” items will be extreme. In this infographic by Kidecals, discover what kids lose more than anything else and simple steps that will save you money.
A recent study by the Yale Child Study Center and reported on the American Camp Association’s website shows positive proof that the summer camp experience provides lasting real-world benefits to children.
Preparation is vital when having an outdoor adventure such as camping. This is especially true if you plan to bring some basic supplies such as a can opener, first aid kit of extra batteries for things like flashlights. Forgetting just one essential item can put a damper on an otherwise fun trip.