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The New Taxa Mantis Camper is Here to Fulfill Your Camping Dreams [GIVEAWAY CLOSED]

I don’t know about you, but I love being outside and if I ruled the world, every day would be sunny and 75 degrees. Growing up in the Ozarks, I spent many of my weekends in the woods, in a creek or on the trails enjoying what is arguably the best of nature. Despite this, … Read more

Campfire Enchiladas That Will Make All Your Camping Buddies Jealous

One of the most make-or-break points of camping is the food. It can either set you up for success or ruin your trip. So why not go the extra mile and make sure your food is not only packed with energy but noteworthy? These campfire enchiladas will not only leave you ready to tackle the day, … Read more

10 Scenic Hikes Great for Dogs

Whether you’re a seasoned hiking veteran or a newbie simply looking to explore some trails with your four-legged best friend, here are 10 of the most-scenic hiking trails for you and your dog in the South. Some of these hikes require dogs to stay on a leash, others do not. Just remember to be mindful … Read more

Stephanie Quayle Talks Camping (And Glamping) Necessities Behind-the-Scenes of Her “Winnebago” Video Shoot [EXCLUSIVE]

Earlier this month, Stephanie Quayle took over the KOA in Nashville to create the video for her new single, “Winnebago.” One Country was on hand for the shoot to offer you an exclusive behind-the-scenes experience. We got to capture the energy of the day and give you a sneak peak of the clip, which premieres … Read more

26 Items on the Ultimate Camping Checklist

Summer is the absolute perfect time to go camping. But one of the least exciting parts of camping is packing for your trip. You need to pack gear for cooking, sleeping, hiking, shelter, food storage, safety, survival, exploration, and/or just relaxing. Here are the absolute basic necessities, adaptable for beginners and experienced campers alike that … Read more

These Super-Energy Fruit and Almond Bites Take Just Minutes to Make

Planning for a family hike or day at the park can be energy draining and time-consuming– do you have the right equipment, did you pack enough food to last throughout the day? And then, there’s the whole– did you pack the right food? Well, These trail-mix cookies only require a handful of ingredients, and can … Read more

How to Make Your New Favorite Summer Meal

There’s just something about warm summer nights that are nostalgic, comforting and, well, perfect. And I don’t know about you, but many of those nights growing up were defined by sitting around a campfire talking, laughing and eating classic campfire foods — aka s’mores and hobo dinners. Now, if you haven’t heard about hobo dinners, … Read more

This ‘Sky Tent’ Might Make You Question Your Entire Camping Experience

Camping is a huge part of the summer experience. We eagerly wait for campgrounds and hiking trails to become viable again, dusting off our camping supplies in excitement. For some of us, though, camping is bland and unoriginal, an outdoor version of sitting in your living room, only with heat, mosquitoes, and mud. For those … Read more

DOs and DONT’s: RV Camping

A fun summer past-time that families have enjoyed for generations is RV camping. There’s something about packing up a small, mobile-house and dragging it along behind you down the interstate that is both thrilling and relaxing. RVs range from pop-up and functional to large and luxurious, but – no matter the size – there are … Read more