In this article we take a closer look at some top tips that can help you to get the most out of your camping trips. If you are looking for a relaxing camping holiday where you can enjoy nature’s beauty, camping at a national park site is for you. It’s not expensive, and usually costs between $5 to $10 AUD a night, sometimes it’s even free. Here you can enjoy nature but still have some facilities like running water and toilets. You can also enjoy relaxing walks, nature watching and other relaxing but enjoyable activities. Ensure your camp site matches your needs including tent size, number of cars, available outdoor space etc.
The great news is you don’t need to guess, modern weather forecasting is awesome when planning a holiday and is accurate to about 10 days out. When travelling, I recommend you keep a regular eye on the forecast and stay flexible. is one of Australia’s prominent online retailers of animal health products. They offer a wide range of products for pets of all sizes that could come in handy for your camping trip. One such item is a folding water bowl as dogs can get extremely thirsty during outdoor activities like hiking and enjoying the bush. Packing a sturdy lead ensures your dog stays safely by your side while you’re exploring new territory.
We have come to realise that camping with kids involves leaving any established routine back at home. It doesn’t mean that you can’t find a new morning and bedtime routine during your trip. Last year we took a wonderful road trip to Scotland which involved many a late night stop off on a secluded shore or beach and the kids loved it. While it’s perfectly natural to want your pet with you over the holidays, if you have a lot of activities planned where he won’t be able to join in on or want to dine out frequently rather than cook on the camp kitchen each night, it’s a good idea to decide if this is the right holiday for your dog or whether he would be happier visiting with friends or relatives while you are away.
All campsites in SalzburgerLand where dogs are allowed can be found in the SalzburgerLand camping guide. For example, we saw a week at Camping Solaris in Croatia with Canvas in a two-bedroom ‘bungalow tent’ (cross between a lodge and tent). It cost Â£738 from 10-17 August, but just Â£488 from 24-31 August. On 7-14 September it was just Â£145, so obviously if you’re not tied to school holidays, it’s well worth holding off. With such a list, you can take off items as you pack them in the back of your car. This will help to ensure that you don’t forget any critical camping accessories.
But with some warmer weather on the horizon, now’s the perfect time to start planning your next camping adventure. If your tent is equipped with a rain cover, take it off if there is no rain on the forecast (which you can check with one of these handy camping apps ). While these covers block moisture from getting in, they also block heat and humidity from escaping. You don’t have to drive far away to feel far away. A family campout, not a miles away will be a really memorable experience. You feel more confident and safe, thus making your spontaneous camping trips more frequent.