In general, the campsite should be close to the water source, which can guarantee the water supply. But if you’re camping in the mountains, you’ll encounter wildlife close to the water, so be careful. Secondly, it is important to set up a campsite on safe ground. The ground should be flat, without roots and gravel, and do not build camps on sloping ground. If there is a lot of debris scattered, it is absolutely not allowed to set up a tent, which means there is a risk of falling rocks. Of course, none of this matters if you choose a highly artificial campsite.
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2. The tent
First of all, you need to choose a tent according to the camping environment. If your destination is seaside or highly artificial campsite, you can skip the option of a sealed tent for better ventilation and views. For family and friends, a spacious and easy set-up tent is the best choice. It is more suitable for family camping, and the bracket is close to vertical, which provides more space for people to play without bumping into each other and avoiding many accidents. It’s a little bit heavier, but it’s not a burden at all for a family that’s driving.
6 Persons Pop Up Easy Set-up Camping Tent with Bag
Outdoor 10’ x 10’ Pop-up Canopy Tent Gazebo Canopy
10′ x 9′ Family Beach Tent Canopy Sunshade w/ 4 Poles
One of the great pleasures of camping is barbecuing. Take out the prepared ingredients, unfold the grill, tables and chairs in the open area in front of the tent. Light the charcoal fire, put in the ingredients, and get ready to start barbecuing. There’s no way to be short of drinks with a barbecue, and if you haven’t prepare an incubator to chill drinks in advance, stream under the shade is a good choice.
Costway Outdoor BBQ Grill Barbecue Pit Patio Cooker
Foldable Outdoor BBQ Portable Grilling Table With Windscreen Bag
Folding Camping Table w/ Storage Organizer