Camping, just like any other sport, can be challenging. Yet, it can be so much fun too. If you are a newbie on the field, you might be feeling some jitters going on your first camping trip with the group. However, there’s no need to fret. We have put together a list of to-do activities to make sure that you will be ready for your first venture in the great outdoors:


  1. Survey possible danger zones
    First things first when going outdoors, ensure your safety. If it is your first time camping in the area, be sure to check out all the possible hazards of the place. Check if there are animals who nest in the area that may be poisonous or territorial in nature. You might also want to consider insects and plants that can sting or has thorns. Knowing these details can help you prepare ahead of time. If you know about them, you can bring cream, medicines, and other balms that can help you in case the unwanted happens. 
  2. Look up the weather
    On the dates of your trek, be sure to get a detailed information about the weather that will welcome you in the campsite. This way, you can properly protect yourself against the heat of the sun, a sudden downpour, or even a chilly evening. If you have an idea on what you are facing, you can easily pack an umbrella, your bag cover, or a light but warm jacket.
  3. Read up on your campsite
    It pays to know the reputation of your campsite. You would want to know if accidents happen there frequently or if gears disappear in the middle of the night. This is still related to the first tip above. The reputation of your campsite matters. If there are reports of recent accidents or assaults, you might want to reconsider camping there in the first place. However, there are also places that we offer here in Adventure in Camping that can guarantee a safe and secure environment for its campers.
  4. Check for available amenities
    Yes, this is camping but it doesn’t mean that you have to go back to stone age to enjoy it. It would be best to know if there are toilets, showers, or a safe source of potable water available. These are just few of the necessities that campers often neglect to inquire about, expecting that the place would have these amenities. Sadly, not all camping grounds are as prepared as the ones we offer. In Adventure in Camping you get to experience the great outdoors without having to sacrifice baths, clean water, and safe toilets. 
  5. Consider convenience
    Camping is a strenuous activity. It requires physical strength and mental preparedness. That is why, going there and getting home from the camp site should be the least of your worries. Be sure to use all your stocked-up energy for your camping trip and not getting lost in the woods just because your chosen camping ground has not provided a convenient access for its guests. Speaking of convenience, if you are someone who has a hard time putting up a tent, you might want to consider renting out a trailer for your next camping trip. It’s like bringing your home to the great outdoors without all the hassle. You get to experience fresh air, good view, and a relaxing morning in the comfort of a soft bed, warm shower, and a hot meal.

There you have it, our top five handy tips when camping. Next time you and your friends plan for a camping trip, get in touch with us at Adventure in Camping and experience fun and convenience rolled into one.