Just because the weather has turned crisp, that’s no reason to stop heading out to the great outdoors.
Camping is one of the best family-fun activities in the fall. Tons of campsites around the U.S. hold Halloween campsite parties, or site trick-or-treating.
In fact, some of my favorite Halloweens growing up were spent in the mountains of Maryland, getting dressed in my costume in the tent, and heading out to get loads of candy from fellow campers.
This infographic breaks down the particulars of fall camping, from the fish that are biting to how to stay warm.
Bookmark this one for all the trips yet to come!
So now you’ve seen this, we hope you’re inspired to head out there this coming weekend, or before the snow starts falling. It’s always a long winter until spring, when camping conditions will be right again.
Do you have any other tips that you and your family swear by when camping in the fall? We’d love to hear them!