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More and More Families are Camping!

Since 2014, an increase of more than six million North American families have started camping. In 2018, 45% of all camping households plan to increase their camping trips. Millennial families – defined as couples with children – are swiftly surpassing the tried and true camping demographic of older white retirees. These families are not only
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Fun and Camping on the Water

Watersports have grown exponentially over the last ten years.  Waterskiing, wakeboarding, tubing, water jetting, jetskiing, boating, SUPing, surfing and so much more attract water lovers from coast to coast. These unique outdoors activities are excellent for health and wellness purposes. Additionally, many hobbyists and extremists participate in various watersports regularly. On Good Sam’s website, there
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Tech Review: Treepod Lounger and Cabana

What is a TreePod? TreePod Hanging Habitats is a Colorado-based company that created an amazing and stylish portable chill space that allows you to literally “hang-out.”  The pods blend together features of a hammock, chairs, and tents all in one awesome product.  This offers space to relax, chill-out, study, read, nap and cuddle up, all
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A Dad Outside: Hike to Paradise Falls in Wildwood

Explore the ongoing outdoor adventures of author Jeremy P Elder and his family.

Nestled neatly into the hills of Ventura County, California, Wildwood Park is a hikers paradise. Caves, waterfalls, winding hiking trails, teepees, flower-covered hills and a snaking stream to explore. Wildwood Regional Park packs a shockingly diverse landscape into its 1,765 acres for all kinds of adventures. This last weekend the family and I decided to
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A Dad Outside: Spring Rock Climbing and Hiking at Stoney Point, California

Hello Spring! As I’ve said before,  there is no place with as much accessible nature than Southern California. We have tackled beach camping, an adventurous snow day, and now we welcome Spring.  I couldn’t think of a better way to do that than with a family hiking day. We have had a pretty constant rainfall and/or
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