Stay Organized So You Can Have Fun!
Camping is a great way to spend time with your friends and family, but it can also be stressful. Click here to check out these tips for organizing a camping trip so you can have more fun!
-Bring food that doesn’t need to be cooked or refrigerated
-Pack clothes in layers depending on the weather forecast: make sure there is something warm enough just incase it gets cold at night because tents can get chilly during colder months
-Organize supplies like camp chairs, flashlights and matches ahead of time so you don’t have to worry about buying them when getting set up – this also reduces clutter and makes packing easier
-Bring a first-aid kit
Make sure that you know how to set up a tent. If you do not know, this is a short explanation of how to make tent. Purchase a tent. Set up your tent according to the instructions on the package, or ask someone for help if you are not sure how. After setting up the tent, it is time to sleep!
How to set up a tent?
-If you are using a tent, it is important to set up the tents according to instructions on the package.
-You will need plenty of space and should not be in an area that could flood or be near any trees when setting up your tent.
-With the entrance facing away from strong winds, create a level surface by loosening soil with your feet or hands if there isn’t one already.
-Lay out all parts for setup including poles, stakes and fabric before beginning so everything is close at hand – this helps reduce clutter which can lead to disaster later during packing!
-Each pole has two ends: insert one end into its designated slot on each corner of the frame (it might take couple of tries before it will go in) and then use the other to pull it outwards until the tent stretches open.
-Place one stake for each corner of your tent into holes on ground or loop at fabric edge – don’t force them!
-Pinch side poles together, insert pole ends through loops at corners, adjust stakes back so all are tight.
-Repeat with opposite side and finally tie cord around top of tent peg (aka center).