June is national camping month in the United States. Weather in Colorado has been beautiful. We see families going out hiking, swimming and camping to enjoy the outdoors. Regardless of where you’re located, the imminent start of summer in June means that the weather is likely to be perfect for getting outside and enjoying some camping and adventures in the great outdoors.
A variety of helpful resources, tips and recommendations are available online to guide you in making the most of your camping experience. Some notable ones include:
During National Camping Month, your camping trip begins with the right approach to planning. Selecting your destination comes first. There are private campgrounds located all over the U.S., in addition to National Parks that offer camping (this app offers all of the critical info on camping in National Parks), and other beautiful camping hotspots. For camping in the Pacific Northwest, one of the most popular regions for camping, unique camping opportunities such as yurt camping offer a fun and different experience for enjoying nature and outdoor recreation.
After you have done your research and chosen a destination, the next step is to ensure you have all of the necessary equipment for a safe, well-supplied trip. If you’re not renting a cabin and/or your off-the-shelf tent isn’t durable enough for your camping adventures this summer, it may be time to upgrade.
WeatherPort™ camping shelters can be permanent or portable to meet your camping needs. There are several camping shelter options. All options are designed to fit into a packsaddle to load evenly on your horse or to easily transport by car. Sizes vary to accommodate a single person or multiple persons.
When it’s time to pack, make sure to consult KOA’s tips for stress-free preparation, including their list of most commonly forgotten items. If you’re camping with kids, you may want to start getting them excited about sleeping overnight in the great outdoors, since the experience may seem strange and scary if they haven’t done it before. Discuss the activities and sights that they will get to enjoy at your camping destination, and highlight the adventure of communing with nature and sleeping somewhere new and exciting.
If you are looking for a permanent adventure camp, each WeatherPort shelter is engineered to withstand extreme heat and cold. Clayton Hansen, founder of WeatherPort, developed the CarPort to protect his vehicles from ice and snow. The company has continued to innovate for high quality adventure camps and camping shelters. Regardless of time of year, your investment will be safe from the weather. If you are concerned, contact WeatherPort to discuss your wind and snow load requirements.
If the weather has not warmed up where you are, don’t stress! It will soon. In the meantime, start planning your summer and National Camping Month trip(s) by beginning research on destinations and checking up on the condition of your camping equipment. If needed/desired, be sure to stock up on a WeatherPort camping shelter to ensure you can enjoy the outdoors this summer with a cozy and durable tent.
WeatherPort™ can be used commercially of privately. Contact WeatherPort at 866-984-7778 or send in an online inquiry form to learn more about adventure camps and camping shelters.