Camping Books


We all spent time looking for different information from time to time. Camping is no different. With there being tent, pop up travel trailer and motor home, there is bond to be a question come up. Books, are a good place to start to find answers.

Glamping is a portmanteau of glamour and camping and describes a style of camping with amenities and, in some cases, resort-style services not usually associated with "traditional" camping. Glamping has become particularly popular with 21st century tourists seeking the luxuries of hotel accommodation alongside the escapism and adventure recreation of camping
Glamping has its roots in the early 1900s European and American safaris in Africa. Wealthy travellers accustomed to comfort and luxury did not want to sacrifice either, and their campsites and pampered wilderness lifestyles reflected it. Glamping is its modern equivalent, combining both yesterday's amenities and today's technology. Also called boutique camping, luxury camping, posh camping, or comfy camping, today's glamping features such structures as yurts, tipis, pods, bell tents, safari tents, tent cabins, and tree houses.[5] Glampsites range in price from as little as $50 per night to thousands of dollars per night, depending on amenities, which can include fresh bed linens, en suite washrooms, food service, and private verandas. Concept Glamping can exist on its own or encroach on traditional forms. In mid-2014, the City Manager of Black Rock City, Nevada described Burning Man, an annual event at nearby Black Rock Desert, as having "jumped the shark," when the 2014 event — which had been previously noted for core values of radical self-expression and self-reliance — featured incongruously posh VIP lounges, cell phone towers, and private jets.

Tent camping is where most people start there adventure in camping.


Do you know what it takes to go tent Camping? The equipment you will need to sleep, cook, start a fire. How about a check list? In this way you won't forget something. How about other types of camping.



The pop up trailer Is a tent on wheels. Yes, you could say this but a Pop Up is much more. Not only are you off that cold, hard ground, but you have your own beds, a stove, a sink, and in some cases a refrigerator. In some of the bigger pop ups you may even have air conditioner , nice on those hot nights or if you are trapped indoors because of bad weather. There are many things you must know before you tow your pop up. What type vehicle do I need? Can I tow it with my car?

What equipment I will need to hook up the pop up to water and electricity? We cover what to look for if you are planning on purchasing a pop up.








Travel trailers are home on wheels. They contain almost everything you have in your home. Most people want to know a bit more about them. This book does that.




Now for some of that special camping.

Motorhome has it all. But how do you maintain one. How do you get it ready for winter, What to look for if you are plain to purchase one.


It's called car camping but in reality it's camping out of your car. Yes, you can camping you call her or maybe I should say sleep in your car.

With car camping you learn to pack your car for properly so that when you get to a site where you would be camping for the night you can easily get at what you will need. Depending on the size of your car, if you have an SUV or a station wagon you can sleep in your car this saves not only a lot of time but you don't have to carry a tent in the things that go with it.

Motorcycle camping is different from any other type of camping. Taking off into the sunset with the wind blowing In your hair, and being able to go just about anyplace is a rush. the biggest problem I motorcycle is finding a place to put everything, when you put on first when you take off first all of these are answered in motorcycle camping. I know some of you are thinking motorcycle camping is for a young person,but let me ask you this, the next time a group of motorcycles go by you on the highway take a look at the age of the motorcyclist.