Tips You May Need for Summer Camping

 

Guess many people are planning your summer camping, so here are some tips maybe you need to know for summer camping.

 

  • Pitching location & timing matters

  • Let some cool and fresh air to enter your tent

  • Your tent's interior curtains are not only for privacy

  • Select the appropriate sleeping bag for the season.

  • Stay hydrated

  • Buy a cool box & utilize your home freezer

  • Put a wet flannel inside your cool box

  • Use warm lighting to stay away insects

Pitching location & timing matters

The easiest approach to stay your  tent from being too hot and stuffy is to pitch it as near the shade as possible.  

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Let some cool and fresh air to enter your tent

Open up the windows and doors to let the cooler air circulate.

Your tent's interior curtains are not only for privacy

You may always open the doors and windows to let some fresh air in if your tent is already stuffy.

Select the appropriate sleeping bag for the season

A one-season  sleeping bag  is enough in the summer and hot weather.

LW180 Lightweight Summer Sleeping Bag

 

Stay hydrated

Make sure you have got lot of water with you at all times, especially if you're going hiking in the sun.

Buy a cool box & utilize your home freezer

A good cool box or camping fridge to keep food fresher for longer.

Put a wet flannel inside your cool box

So you've got your cool box, but another great tip for using it is to pop a wet flannel in there for a while, then you've got the ultimate cooling tool for your neck or forehead.

Naturehike cooler box

 

Use warm lighting to stay away insects

Bright white lights attract bugs like, well, a moth to a flame, but warmer orange lighting is way less appealing.

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How to choose camping Pot?

 

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