Camping is one of my favorite vacations where we only do what excites us for the weekend or a few days, be it fishing, canoeing or just hiking. Once our camp site is set-up, we don’t have to worry about all the day to day chores i.e. cleaning, laundry, grocery shopping. And it’s a chance for you to turn off the smartphone, computer and other electronics to just sit back and relax.
Here is some more information we have found useful to reference:
Camping Food - One image that comes to mind when thinking of cook outs while camping; breakfast eggs, bacon, roasted potatoes and cowboy coffee over an open fire. Dinner consisting of a hearty chili or beef stew that has been tended for several hours by the cook.
Best Places to Camp in Texas - A growing list of awe inspiring places to stay in Texas.
Leave No Trace - Nobody likes a dirty campground! Whether you are primitive camping, or RVing at a campground resort, a little effort is all that is needed to ensure that the next camper arriving at the campsite after you will enjoy it just as much as you did. It's all about respect for nature. If all campers would just leave their campsites the way they found them (assuming it was clean to begin with) then we will be doing our share to promote camping as it should be.
Storing your camping gear - Quick reminder what to do when you finished your camping trip
State & National Parks - Pinboard - A virtual pinboard to record our families visits and planned excursions to State & National Parks