Category: Camping

Choosing a High Quality Camping Location

Camping is a very important activity for the average SHTF prepper.

Camping is a very important activity for the average SHTF prepper. You see there are very few situations where you will find yourself left to just your gear in a wilderness situation. Camping assures that you will need to rely …

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Have you Considered an Underground Bunker?

The word prepper became synonymous with a certain brand of emergency preparedness in 2012.

The word prepper became synonymous with a certain brand of emergency preparedness in 2012. This was due in large part to the Nat Geo Doomsday Preppers television show. It was still pretty early in the reality tv game and many …

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How to Build a Campfire

A good campfire doesn’t happen; there is an art to building a campfire correctly. It takes the right tools, the right fuel and a bit of practice to build a campfire correctly. What You Need to Build a Campfire All …

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Hold Onto your Heat in the Wild

The cold is mean and nasty. Its intimidating. We have created a world that defies the cold. Most of you are reading this in a climate controlled location.

The cold is mean and nasty. It’s intimidating. We have created a world that defies the cold. Most of you are reading this in a climate controlled location. We have lost our appreciation for holding onto our heat. We can …

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Tarps or Tents for Survival?

When you think about hiking and camping you probably thing about your tent or your tarp.

When you think about hiking and camping you probably thing about your tent or your tarp. Recreational hiking and camping is almost always going to include a tent of some kind. Unless you go the route of the hammock. One …

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30 Survival Tips From Les Stroud

30 Survival Tips From Les Stroud

Les Stroud is my all time favorite survivalist, there is no one that even comes close. Take these 30 great tips from a real pro. I have looked up to Les Stroud for years, I do not like fake survival …

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Spark Your Kids Interest with a Backyard Camping Adventure

Spark Your Kids Interest with a Backyard Camping Adventure - If the quickest path from one point to the next is a straight line then the quickest path to prepping kids is camping. There is really no better way to get their gears turning on certain concepts nor is there a better way to get them the hands on training in a fun way.

Image Credit: beyondthetent.com If the quickest path from one point to the next is a straight line then the quickest path to prepping kids is camping. There is really no better way to get their gears turning on certain concepts …

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Being Bear Aware

Being Bear Aware - Don't be the crazy person who is trying to get a selfie with a black bear. You are going to see them out there and you need to leave them alone. Its an interaction that wont be there for your benefit. You must be more bear aware. This article is going to give you a heads up on what that means.

When you step into the wild world you are walking into a world that is ill prepared for your presence. In fact, its also impartial to your life or your death. There are creatures fighting to survive and they will …

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Survival Lessons Learned from Long Camping Trips

Survival Lessons Learned from Long Camping Trips - The average person knows the rule of thumb regarding water: a gallon of water per day, per person. What they don't tell you is that truly is the barest minimum required. If you want to take a shower, one gallon per day isn't enough - not by a long shot.

People all across the country enjoy the recreational activity of camping. Whether that’s “glamping” in an RV or backpack hiking and camping, there are some really great survival lessons that can be learned on longer camping trips. The definition for …

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6 Principles of Survival – Manage Calories / Energy

6 Principles of Survival – Manage Calories / Energy - Hopefully you have some skills and plans when it comes to a survival scenario that will affect you. This could be a natural disaster or even a series of unfortunate events unique to you.

Hopefully, you have some skills and plans when it comes to a survival scenario that will affect you. This could be a natural disaster or even a series of unfortunate events unique to you.   If you find yourself struggling …

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