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Tips for camping in the autumn (part 2)

Tips for camping in the autumn (part 2)

Intrepid autumn campers fear not because we’re continuing our tips for camping in the autumn today to look at some other relevant features of this activity that might be of interest.

Camping Etiquette

Most if not all organized camping sites will have rules. Some of these we might’ve covered in passing in our last article, such as don’t feed the animals – a very important one – but when it comes to fellow campers you also need to respect their privacy and the quiet times. Also clean up the camp site before you leave and make sure that you abide by all the speed limit signs because many people will prefer to walk around more when camping as opposed to driving, it’s part of the overall experience.

Keep an eye on the local weather forecast

It should go without mention that fall weather is rather unpredictable, so make sure to check the local weather information before going there so as to pack accordingly. Once you’re there, make sure to keep an eye on the local forecast but as a general rule of thumb you should always be prepared for the worst possible weather. In case you’re camping in a mountainous region, this is where the weather will be colder and even more unpredictable, so keep that in mind as well.

Activity ideas

We’ve talked about all the things that you have to keep in mind to keep safe and respectful to both the environment and others, but we should also talk about some activities to consider while you are out camping.

Make sure you take a camera with you so that you can take pictures of the fall leaves changing colors, especially if you’re camping in a wooded area or a mountainous region. Make sure to take along a Frisbee and a kite so that you can enjoy the outdoors.

There are loads other autumn camping tips that we’ll look into in future articles, don’t forget to consider some worldwide car hire services while you think about your next camping trip.