The Best Things About Camping
The Food Tastes Better
An adventure-filled day can leave you feeling exhausted, but don’t resort to boring meals like sandwiches and granola bars. This is the perfect time to try out new and fun recipes, like Smores Dip! Fire up the grill or get a little creative with these campfire recipes.
There are endless adventures awaiting on your camping trip. Take a hike, go floating, play toss, catch some fish, or even go on a snipe hunt ;). Pack yard games like cornhole, washers, or Kan Jam and setup a tournament for a little competition. If your trip calls for rain, bring board games and a deck of cards to make the best out of a wet situation.
Packing and setting up camp can take a little bit of work, but once complete you’ll find yourself with nothing but time. Lay back in a hammock or pick your feet up by the fire.
It wouldn’t be a camping trip without a campfire. Stories are told, food is shared, and memories are made around this fundamental camping activity.
If you live in a populated city or town you probably don’t see many stars at night. Light pollution tends to drown out the starry night sky. Camping gives you the opportunity to marvel at the brilliance above. You may even spot a shooting star!
S’more of What?
A camping trip isn’t complete without the traditional s’mores experience. There’s no better fun than finding that perfect ‘mallow stick, roasting it to perfection, and enjoying your gooey creation.
Friends, family, and good times. Get together with the people you love and enjoy making memories that will last a lifetime.
Work, appointments, school, and countless other obligations can keep your schedule tight and stress levels high. Camping is the perfect opportunity to get away from it all. There’s no better way to unwind than with the fresh air, nature, and a lack of responsibilities.
Reset Your Sleep Cycle
Researchers say one week of camping resets our internal body clock and synchronizes our melatonin hormones with sunrise and sunset.