But cooler temperatures and shorter days are no reason to stay home during the fall. In fact, with its bug-free nights and glorious foliage, fall is one of the best times of year to go camping—if you come prepared with the right gear.
Summer and the warm weather that goes along with it may be over but that doesn't mean you have to retire your house for the year. Make your next outing a little bit more comfortable...
Coffee roasting used to be widespread, and many households would roast their own on a regular basis. With the rise of modern conveniences, most people now buy stale coffee in stores. But you don't have to....
The 5 W's to help you stay safe in the wilderness.
Following these simple steps can quickly and easily diminish the chances of causing any forest fire.
UCO Mess Kits can help you reduce plastic waste in 10 ways.
This campfire cooking recipe is for a flavor and protein-rich paella.
Learn the survival priorities to make sure you are staying safe on your next adventure.
This easy-to-make camp recipe combines comfort food with high-protein tuna.
Our guide to headlamps helps you understand power, fit, brightness and projection to help you know what to buy.
Know these tips. There are a few, "outside the box", tricks that anyone at any skill level can use.
Which type of lantern is for you? Sound complicated? Don’t worry. Here, we shed light on the details.
It is difficult to distinguish every plant and tree in nature. Dan tells you which plants to use to start a fire.
Don’t just ask kids if they want to help - tell them you need their help! Nothing will make kids feel more grown up or more excited about campfire cooking...
Creating a sustainable fire is the challenge, it’s the need, and it’s the want to be near something we can’t live without.
Numerous things can go wrong when you are camping and sometimes it’s completely out of your control, but other times it’s your own mistakes that can ruin your trip.
Blow your friends away with your amazing trail tacos and general tips on camp cooking.
Fire is at the core of human existence as it provides warmth, utility, and comfort. Enabling us to cook food at camp, keep warm on a cold night, and purify water; learning to start a fire is essential.
Whether you’re in the desert, jungle, forest or on the sand, the natural experience of cooking under an open night sky and against a warm blaze is as primal as it is gratifying and hunger-quenching.
Ahh, cold-weather camping. There’s so much to love about it: uncrowded trails and parks, getting the first choice of campsites anywhere you go and enjoying fresh, Hot coffee as you watch the morning fog lift right outside your tent.
A Photo Collection from Colton Jacobs of a recent splitboarding trip around Bend, OR.
Gemina Garland-Lewis got her start in the outdoors at a young age. Thanks to her parents' guiding hands, she's pursued a rich life full of outdoors experiences. Here's to Mom and Dad!
A weekend of product testing and cabin fun in Hoodsport, Washington.