Sep 1, 2014
Summer is almost over, but that doesn’t mean your traveling has to come to a halt as well! The change of season means crisp weather and beautiful foliage. It’s not too early to start planing a picturesque fall camping trip!
1. Find your place
Book a campsite or cabin, depending on how adventurous you’re feeling. You can look at nearby sites for a quick weekend trip, or find a cabin hours away for a change of scenery!
2. Gather your group
Camping trips are great for families, or even a romantic getaway. Decide who you’re traveling with, and plan accordingly.
3. Pack your supplies
Whether you’re roughing it in a tent, or curling up in a cozy cabin, you need supplies! Make a list and visit your favorite local sporting goods store to buy sleeping bags, lanterns, flannel, a first-aid kit, and anything else you need to have a safe and fun fall camping trip.
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