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Posted by Jessica Ball. Special thanks to Danya AbdelHameid DanyaAbel for helping me craft this post and suggesting the resource links at the end! I did the tent-in-the-backyard type of camping when I was younger , but until I went to college I had never actually gone camping in a park or anywhere else. My decision to take a three-and-a-half-week summer field course at the end of my freshman year that included a lot camping in the middle of nowhere resulted, to put it mildly, in a steep learning curve.
I screwed things up every day — set my tent up wrong, left things outside to get rained on, forgot to put food away properly, etc. But aside from those kinds of minor incidents, my barrier to entry into the camping world was small. My parents helped me buy the equipment, my professors and classmates helped me, without making fun of me when I made mistakes.
I could afford gear, I could have had I chosen asked my family to take me camping, I had the means to travel to parks and access to the outdoors, and I had people around me who were happy to help without being condescending. Some outdoor stores will rent you everything you need for a trip REI comes to mind. A good supply store will let you try out the equipment, at least gently.
If you want to buy your supplies, you can sometimes find cheaper gear at scratch-and-dent sales, and there are a few websites that will sell used stuff geartrade. A recent camping trip where we had to negotiate forest roads to find some sheltered spots.
Photo courtesy of Nick Duguid, https: Your goal in setting up a campsite is to sleep warm, dry and comfortable, and keep critters from getting into your stuff. This means thinking about where the site is not in a wash or on a game trail, for example and what might happen during the night. When picking your spot, these are important questions to think about: The bare minimum necessary for comfort in Guatemala it was hot.
Ground tarp, rain fly, sleeping bag and pad. At bare minimum, you need a ground tarp and a sleeping pad. Tents can be optional. Ground tarps, however, keep moisture away from your stuff and you and keep dirt off your gear. Likewise, sleeping pads keep you warm. Likewise you could get a perfectly useful tarp from a hardware store, although those will break down after prolonged outdoor use and they get crackly noisy when they age.
Setting up a tent is mainly to keep you and your stuff warm, dry, stationary, and free from critters. Tents in the morning. Next, you want to arrange yourself and your stuff to sleep comfortably.
Sleeping outside for the first time can be jarring. Taking a few preemptive steps will ensure that you spend your first night out sleeping rather than dealing with annoyances. Feeding yourself can be as simple or as complicated as you make it. They held it early, and gave everyone cake afterward, so we were happy to join in! Be considerate of your neighbors if you have them and camping companions. Some people want to party when they go camping; others want to enjoy their surroundings and the serenity of being away from civilization.
Shared campgrounds are not the place to have loud, raucous parties long into the night; likewise, not everyone wants to get up at the crack of dawn. If people find this useful, I might continue with some other topics! Finally, Danya gave me some great resources that address minority participation in outdoor recreation. These go much deeper into the barriers to participation than I do, addressing topics like safety concerns, income and transportation limitations, and overturning stereotypes.
Groups to support that work to expand access to the outdoors: Outdoor Afro — http: Additional information and perspectives on the topic: Your email address will not be published.
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This goes with tip number 2. My friends decided to go on a quick hike so I decided to stay behind to do some reading in camp. I wanted to have some quiet time to myself, lay under the pine trees, and not feel like I was holding people back from having fun.
Maybe you need to take some time in the mornings to have your coffee in peace, or an afternoon siesta so you can be refreshed for the second part of the day, or maybe you plan a whole day to yourself!
Share a Dropbox folder with your friends and dump the photos you think others may want to see into it. The Dropbox app allows me to create the folder on our way home so I can do a quick mobile upload so I can share the photos right away instead of making my friends wait weeks for me to get around to uploading photos. What tips do you have for backpacking or camping with friends? Such a great idea for a post!
Camping with others can be really different, especially if you have your own way of doing things. When you are the meal planner do you also cover cooking on the trip? I think the biggest suggestion is setting up the camp kitchen right away: All of your questions can be answered by going on to the ontarioparks.
Sorry guys, I used that ontarioparks thing but it didn't help me much on the privacy of the lots and drinking. I thought past experiances would be best. The drinking policy is stated here http: Pictures are an added bonus.
Poor BTW, are your friends jackasses when they drink? If so, then this not the right park for you. We've had no problems drinking but we are not loud, but we've seen people kicked out of the park, and we were happy about it.
You can book up to five months in advance, and believe me people snap up dates that early. If you want to skip Provincial Parks there are some really great private campgrounds We made the 5 hour commute or so from Ottawa.
Right on lake Ontario. Reservations would open may long weekend as I recall but double check. My parents would drink. This was 10 years ago though not sure if things have changed. You do not need to drink while camping to have a great time. It is silly to suggest otherwise.
that it was going to get dark before his dad found him, but there was plenty of daylight left. 4. Robert’s wife told him not to go camping. T / F 5. Robert slept on the floor in his sleeping bag. T / F 6. They went to the Western trail. T / F 7. They went fishing. Feb 23, · Hey, me and about, 12 - 15 friends are planning on going camping this summer. This idea is just being organized so we're still looking for a place to go camping. We thought about going on Crown land, and pitching a tent illeagally. Nov 27, · While I tend to agree that "I am going camping" is the most common way to talk about the activity of going somewhere with a tent to stay in, e.g., for a vacation, I feel some some clarification is needed re to "camp out.".