The Ultimate Camping Guide For Beginners

What’s the number one perk of working from home? The fact that you can work from anywhere! Sure, the number one perk may be debatable, but being able to work from any corner of the world is a big one.

Have you ever considered taking your laptop to the mountains and working from the company of a blanket of stars? In this article, we’d like to provide you with a camping guide for a well-stocked campsite. Since the crickets are calling, let’s get to it.

Choosing the Campsite

You might feel overwhelmed by the large selection of campsites available to you. Some will be for the true trekker, meaning no bathroom facilities on site. You probably don’t want to go this route for your first go-around.

Instead, opt for a site that’s noted for its high-quality facilities, so you can shower and, dare we say, even blow dry your hair. Plus, all these bells and whistles make it likely you’ll have access to WiFi.

Your Gear: The Ultimate Camping Guide

Although camping is freeing because you get away from all the people, places, and things you’re accustomed to, it also requires quite a bit of paraphernalia.

Let’s take a look at the essentials for any good camping guide.

The Tent

Although tents come in all shapes and sizes, you want to look for one that’s a size or two bigger than the number of people that’ll be sleeping in it.

This way, you won’t feel cramped and can store some gear in there throughout the course of your stay.

The Sleeping Bag

Be sure to check the season and temperature rating to make sure it’ll provide the optimum level of comfort for you at night. It can surely get chilly, depending on the time of year and location.

If we’re being honest, there’s no shame in bringing a foam mattress to the campsite. We love browsing the goods at 4WD Supacentre.

They have a great selection of foam mattresses and even pop up cots. Might as well sleep comfortably as you gaze up at those stars!

The Kitchen

Gas cookers are the most popular style of stove. They’re easy to use and generally come with a push-button ignition. They’re also easy to clean and you won’t have trouble finding gas.

Of course, you’ll also want to pack a cooler full of the essentials. Plan to have some sort of lighting in your makeshift kitchen, too.

And don’t forget your regular supplies, like cutlery and napkins. If you plan your meals before you go, you’ll get a very good sense of what’s required.

Get Ready to Sleep Under the Stars

And there you have it! With a good tent, a comfortable place to lay your head at night, and great food in your belly, you’ll be ready to rock.

As you continue to enjoy the freedoms of working from home, we hope you’ll also come on over and visit us from time to time.

We’ll keep you up to date on all the latest trends and opportunities. Now, go and enjoy some fresh air!