Sustainable Camping: Preserving Nature for Future Generations
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by James Coplin
4M ago
In a world where the hustle and bustle of daily life often consume us, there’s a serene escape awaiting those who seek solace in the great outdoors. Camping offers a unique opportunity to disconnect from technology, breathe in fresh air, and reconnect with nature. However, as outdoor enthusiasts, it’s our responsibility to ensure that our camping adventures don’t leave a negative impact on the environment we cherish. As we pitch our tents and kindle our campfires, it’s crucial to consider the environmental footprint we leave behind. The choices we make while camping can significantly impact t ..read more
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Embracing the Renewal of Spring: Camping Adventures Await.
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by James Coplin
5M ago
As the chill of winter gradually dissipates, and nature begins to awaken from its slumber, there’s no better time to indulge in the joys of camping than during the vibrant season of spring. With its lush landscapes, blooming flora, and milder weather, spring beckons outdoor enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the beauty of the natural world. From the tranquil countryside to the rugged coastline, there’s a plethora of camping destinations awaiting exploration. One of the most enchanting aspects of camping during spring is the opportunity to witness the landscape burst into life. The countrysid ..read more
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Senior Camping: Young at Heart
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by Jo Foster
10M ago
Some people think of camping as an activity for young people, but it’s something everyone can enjoy. Age is no barrier when it comes to getting back to nature and spending quality time with loved ones. While the average age for a first camping trip is ten, older campers are now becoming more common – around 30% are aged 45 and above, according to the Outdoor Industry Camper Report. People aged 55 and above aren’t looking for glamping either: the report reveals 55% still prefer a traditional night under canvas, with only 22% booking a cabin on a campsite. This age group is becoming a “major ma ..read more
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Some of the Best Camping Spots Around the UK
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by Jo Foster
1y ago
With more sunshine promised for the summer, people across the UK are planning camping trips to make the most of the weather. Camping is booming, with research revealing 66% of families are increasing the number of times they holiday in the great outdoors. © Globe Vale Holiday Park During the past five years, there has been a 17% increase in the number of families who go camping with children. It has even captured the youth market, with 66% of teenagers saying they feel “enthusiastic” about camping. What should be considered when choosing a good spot? There are many different factors to consid ..read more
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Carbon Monoxide – Stay Safe
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by James Coplin
1y ago
Part of the fun of a camping trip and staying self sufficient is cooking your own food. Done responsibly this is no more dangerous than it is at home, but there are a few dangers to look out for to make sure you get no more ill side effects than indigestion from eating too much home made chili! If you’re cooking on site, under no circumstances do so inside your tent, and if you’re cooking outside do so well away from your tent, even using a covered porch area has it’s risks. Carbon Monoxide is invisible, you can’t smell it or taste it. You don’t know it’s there. It’s produced when fuels like ..read more
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Campfire Cooking: Delicious Recipes You Must Try
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by Jo Foster
1y ago
When you’re planning a summer holiday in the great outdoors, campfire cooking should definitely be on your list of things to do – there are many tasty and simple recipes that you must try! Tips for campfires Some basic tips include burning dry wood to create a clean burning fire. If the wood is damp, it will create a lot of smoke. It will burn weakly and cause pollution for your fellow campers. Try to build your fire on rock or use an established firepit where possible. At the very least, build it on bare soil to avoid any surrounding foliage igniting. If it has been burning all evening, it w ..read more
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Unplug and Reconnect: Why Kids Need Camping!
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by Jo Foster
1y ago
Children today spend only half as much time playing outdoors as their parents did, according to a survey of UK families. If you’ve ever wondered why they could benefit from a camping trip, this is surely proof that we need to unplug our mobile phones and reconnect with nature! A study by the National Trust has revealed children aged between 4 and 14 play outdoors for an average of only four hours a week. Twenty years ago, the previous generation of children played outside for double that. Today, while four out of five parents believe their kids need to learn how to use technology, a massive 9 ..read more
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Top Tips for Camping in Hot Weather
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by Jo Foster
1y ago
Summer is one of the best times of year to go camping – which is probably why Brits enjoyed 16 million camping trips during the summer holidays in 2022. There’s no doubt the weather can make or break a holiday in the great outdoors, but while most people hope for sunshine, can it ever be too hot for a holiday under canvas? The answer is probably no, as we all have our own comfort levels. Some people think anything above 25°C is too hot to be outdoors, while others are still soaking up the sun in a 35-degree heatwave. In general, most people say they feel “comfortably warm” at around the 20°C ..read more
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The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall: A Breath of Fresh Heir!
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by Jo Foster
1y ago
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall are well-known for their love of the great outdoors – to help with an outdoor renovation project, William and Kate actually ended the coronation weekend of King Charles III by visiting a Scout group, which is a cause close to their heart. The royal couple were taking part in the Big Help Out, which is a coronation initiative aimed at encouraging people to assist charities and worthy causes. They joined six million volunteers across the UK who came together to lend a hand in their local community. Following Charles’ ascension to the throne, William and Kate hav ..read more
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Enid Blyton’s Secret Seven
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by Jo Foster
1y ago
Enid Blyton was one of the most prolific authors in history. During her long career, spanning 48 years, she wrote more than 600 children’s books. To date, they have sold more than six million copies. Writing in an age before digital technology was invented, and at a time when many of the population didn’t even have a television set; Blyton’s stories focused on children enjoying outdoor adventures. Born in August 1897, in East Dulwich, London, she simply wrote about children being children. Her books have been translated into 90 languages and remain best-sellers today, 55 years after her death ..read more
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