True or False: Are You Ready for Your Next Camping Trip?
The key to a successful and fun camping trip is preparation, planning and good organization. Are you ready to rough it? Find out with our quiz.
Modular camping kits packed into boxes can make packing for a camping trip much easier.
You only need one tarp on a camping trip.
The most important part of getting ready for a camping trip is your packing list.
One pair of jeans is enough for most camping trips.
Some campgrounds have laundromats for campers on long trips.
At a campground miles from home is the best place to learn how to set up your new tent.
Camping in a trailer or motor home doesn't require any set up. Just park and camp!
Tents come from the store presealed against water.
Bring tomato soup on camping trips in case your dog is sprayed by a skunk.
You should check your first aid kit at the start of camping season to make sure it's well-stocked.
Gear packed in a sealable plastic bin can be stored in a basement or garage, even through the winter.
Specialized camping gear makes it easier to pack light.
It's a good idea to organize your packing list alphabetically.
Abraham Lincoln popularized recreational camping in America.
You should create your own camping list, or customize one that you find online.
Camping newbies are the only ones prone to overpacking.
Don't bring an air mattress camping -- it's not really necessary.
It's a good idea to bring a rope.
Make sure to bring lots of firewood from home.
Your camping list should incluce an "entertainment" section.