Camping does not have to be forgotten in the winter. Here’s how to insulate your tent for starry, snowy nights.
Most tents are designed for three seasons. When the temperatures drop, most tents don’t see the light of day until spring begins.
That doesn’t have to be the case, though. With just a couple of small modifications to your normal setup, you can enjoy camping all year round with winter camping.
As you can see, it does not take a lot of work to insulate your tent.
You should already have a tarp, and leaves are a dime a dozen throughout the winter as long as snow is not on the ground. When snow does begin to fall, just pack them around the base of your tent for insulation.