Why We Camp: An Ode to the Joy and Sorrow of the Great Outdoors

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Janice Horton takes a deeper look at the nitty gritty of camping and why we do it, and comes to the conclusion that getting closer to nature is only one small part of the appeal.

Car-less Camping in the U.S. – Joys, Foibles, and Helpful Tips

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Paul Belz knows from experience that campers who do not use cars can get to some remote and beautiful parts of the United States.

Camping in Europe – A First-Timer’s Guide

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Until you’ve actually tried it, you probably don’t realize how fun, cheap, and easy camping in Europe can be. Longtime expert Jennifer Miller gives you all the information you need to get started yourself.

Camping Out Like Crusoe in the Cook Islands – Pacific Islands

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In the South Pacific, John M. Edwards says so long to civilization and pitches his tent on a deserted motu home.

Camping in Western Australia’s National Parks

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Want to get away from it all, camp out under the stars, and explore nature’s wonders? Western Australia’s National Parks have it all. Jill Harrison knows.

Backcountry Camping at Red River Gorge – Kentucky, USA

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Levi Shand and Meg spent a long, sweet weekend in Kentucky capped by a day in the cooling waters of a shaded creek.

A Campout in Louisiana’s Only National Forest – Kisatchie National …

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It's incredible how clear things seem without the distractions of daily life,
says Kip Patrick. No cell phones or people, just the stars and the sleeping