When you first start camping, it’s not easy to know what you will need. Plus, you have to decide which items you should buy, and what you can rent or borrow from your own household supplies. To help you get started, we’ve put together a list of gear that you should take on any camping trip, whether you’re car camping or backpacking.
Winter in Nashville is ever-changing and unpredictable. One day it’s spitting sleet, and the next day it's sunny and 70 degrees. Typically camping is saved for the first warm spring day or those cool summer evenings, but there are perks to getting out in the winter. These seven tips will get you out of the house, under the stars, and prepared for everything Nashville winters have to offer—good and bad.
If you don’t have much camping experience, you’re not alone. Over the past 20 years, fewer kids have been introduced to the outdoors, so a declining number of people have grown up camping with family and friends. It’s no surprise, then, that many adults these days have never pitched a tent or cooked over a camp stove