Wildlife safety is vitally important both for you and for wildlife. You should be concerned not only about your own well-being, but the preservation of the environment wildlife calls home. It is true that most wildlife prefer to avoid humans; however, wildlife will attack when they feel threatened. Before we talk about precautions for specific types of wildlife, there are a few general rules of wildlife safety to follow.
Keep your distance
Coming home with that perfect may be enticing, but when it comes to wildlife it’s important to maintain your distance. When you’re exploring, stick to trails, especially in the early morning, evening or at night. Wildlife typically understands trails to be high human traffic areas and avoids them.
Distance is especially important if you run into young wildlife. [...]
Does the mention of camping make your kids roll their eyes? Do you get lots of whining and complaining? Nowadays most of us are so addicted to technology, it can be difficult to step away. The thought of going somewhere with no access to video games and the internet can be downright frightening for some kids. However, we are all also aware of the numerous benefits of time in the great outdoors. That’s why we’ve come up with a list of tips for how to get kids excited about camping.
#1 Pack Board Games
It’s time to go back to the good old board or card games instead of video games. Instead of outright banning all gaming on your trip, offer games played face to face [...]
2020 had its fair share of trial, but 2021 has a few trials reserved as well. One unpleasant one is an uncommonly bad tick season in north central Washington. If you’re preparing for late spring and early summer camping trips, it’s going to be imperative to know how to avoid ticks while camping.
#1: Dress correctly
Ticks can latch on to any exposed skin, so the goal is to cover as much skin as possible. Tuck your pant legs into your socks, and your shirt into your pants. Wear light colored clothing so ticks will be easily visible on your clothing. It is also wise to wear a hat – ticks love to burrow in along hairlines and on your scalp.
All of us can agree, we would like to avoid wildfires. The smoke and the fires can ruin the fun of the summer months. However, many of us also love the beauty, cooking opportunity and heat campfires provide. With proper caution, campfires can be enjoyed safely. Do your part this summer to ensure you follow the rules of campfire safety, so we can all enjoy the great outdoors.
Do Your Research
Always check current fire regulations for the area. In drought conditions, campfires may be prohibited. In extreme drought conditions, even camp stoves could be forbidden, so you will need to plan accordingly. Obtain a campfire permit if needed.
Not only do you need to know the rules of the area, you need to know the rules of the specific camping site. Are campfires [...]
Follow these easy trips to ensure even the littlest campers have a fun camping experience!
Planning a camping trip this spring, and looking for hints to make camping with kids a fun experience? Try these tips to ensure camping with kids is a fun and stress free adventure.
Camping with kids is one of the best ways to make meaningful memories as a family. It’s a great time to turn off screens, get out of the house, and enjoy nature. But camping can also throw off your daily routines, and without planning, become unnecessarily stressful. Here are some of our favorite tips for camping fun for the whole family. All Seasons RV store has all the supplies you need to ensure you’re prepared for anything the outdoors might throw at you!
1. Organize your camping supplies before you go
Pull out your label maker and organize your home away from home. [...]
These camping tips will show you how to camp like a champ. Don’t sacrifice adventure to show you know how to camp like a champ. Use these tips to maximize your opportunity for adventure!
Shelter: Shop the new inventory at All Seasons RV to find the perfect RV for your needs!
Campsite: Survey the landscape, watching for dead trees and downed limbs. Look for cover, note the wind direction, and direction of the sun.
Sleep: Make sure you and your family are comfortable. Well rested people have more fun adventuring!
Lists: Make sure you make a list of all your needs for the trip to help you pack. At the end of every trip, note what you wished you had, and add it to your list! Old area rugs are great ways to add comfort to your site.