Tips For Planning Your Summer Family Camping Holiday

There is one overriding concern when talking about camping, and that is hygiene. A lot of families dream of hitting the road for 12 months to see everything Australia has to offer. However, I’d encourage a taste of life under the stars first starting with maybe a weekend away, or a few days during the school holidays to determine if the big lap could be a reality or a nightmare for your lot. It can sometimes be difficult to get an accurate estimate of the age of your caravan. If it is a newer van you should be able to get the age from an HPi check. However, if it’s an old van, there is still a good chance.

Keeping your mate comfortable on holidays is just as important as your own comfort. He is in a strange space so having his own bed from home with him set up in a comfortable spot close by to his humans with his favourite toy can be a good way to go. A collapsible dog camping crate or portable camping fence offer good camping solutions for dogs, especially for night sleeping so you can all get some rest. These are also useful for during the day to ensure he doesn’t escape his lead when you are out and about without him.

Ensure your camping trip in Scotland’s great outdoors is a safe and responsible one by reading the Scottish Outdoor Access Code before you go. It’s full of tips on camping in Scotland, including where you can camp, when you can light fires, and how to make sure you leave no trace. Coromandel Forest Park—Kauaeranga Valley Conservation campsite in a bush setting, 20 minutes from Thames (about 1.5 hours from the airport). Basic camping facilities. Great river swimming and bush walks. Stock up in Thames first.

So how can you plan for these issues? There are hygienic toilet solutions available that will enable you to have your own private facilities on camping trips. Instead, use appropriate drainage sites, and you can go one better and swap out your usual brands for eco-friendly options made with natural ingredients. Perfect for a getting back to nature camping trip. First-time campers: If you’ve never camped before, consider opting for a Holiday Park where you have access to electricity, shower blocks, camp kitchens, laundries and convenience stores. Holiday Parks (such as Brisbane Holiday Village) also offer a range of facilities and activities for the whole family and are a great way to ease kids into the idea of ‘roughing it’.

If you are bringing your tramping or hiking boots or shoes, tents or other camping equipment, it is very important to make sure they are completely clean. The Border Protection Service check equipment used outdoors when you arrive at the airport. You will be fined. 9. Put glow sticks in water bottles for fun night time bowling or give your kids glow sticks at night to ensure you know where they are, especially when you’re near water. One must-have for camping is shelter, unless you’re camping alone in a tropical zone during the hot dry season, in which case a hammock may be all you need. However, if you’re on a family camping trip or staying in an area of the temperate zone during the cooler months, you’ll want to have a shelter. You can choose from a tent or a caravan to keep you warm and dry.

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