Tips on Going Camping During Canada’s COVID-19 Summer

Are you considering a camping trip this summer – while it can be a great escape, it can be exceedingly difficult without the right planning. Here are some tips to go camping during the coronavirus pandemic.

Get A High-Quality Waterproof Tent

First things first – you want an excellent-quality tent. Don’t cut corners. A portable waterproof camping tent that’s easy to carry and transport is best. You don’t want it too big nor too small. Consider anyone you may be taking with you. The lighter in weight, the better.

If Your Hiking, Bring Supplies in a Backpack

Hiking without a backpack is doable but when you have a waterproof outdoor backpack, carrying supplies is easy and worth it. Any time you’re doing long walks in the wilderness, come prepared. Pack only the essentials, keep it light, and wear a high-quality hiker’s backpack.

Camping Forks Make Cooking Easy

Camping forks are an environmentally-friendly and reliable way to get meat out over the fire, holding them firmly while they get their cook on. Go with a metal or steel camping fork so it’s reusable, light, and so that you’re sure what it’s carrying doesn’t fall off the stick.

Collapsible Cups and Buckets Are the Way To Go

If you’re going to be out camping on your own in the wilderness as opposed to a designated campground, collapsible bowls and collapsible cups are easy to pack and make eating easier. Collapsible containers can be used for a range of other purposes as well.

A Fire Starter Helps When You Need it Most

A fire starter for camping is very helpful on days when starting a fire just isn’t happening. A fire starter uses ferromagnetic at an ideal hardness to produce a large amount of sparks, lighting magnesium or other tinder even in harsh weather conditions. If you’re planning for camping emergencies, you’ve got to include a 2-in-1 fire starter in your pack.

Consider a 12-in-1 Stainless Steel Tool

You never know what you’re going to need when you’re out on the trail or camping. It’s not enough just to pack a knife. A high-quality 12-in-1 stainless steel camping tool comes with long-nose pliers, standard pliers, wire cutters, a knife, a serrated knife, saw scribe, bottle opener, screwdrivers, and a filer lime. You won’t have to worry about having to grab something from anywhere else. It’s all there held together in a single case.

For summer fun, COVID-19 essentials, and everything you need to have fun but be safe and protected, Living.ca is here. Don’t let the hottest season of the year go by without some adventure. Get out there and have a little fun!

Get A High-Quality Waterproof Tent

First things first – you want an excellent-quality tent. Don’t cut corners. A portable waterproof camping tent that’s easy to carry and transport is best. You don’t want it too big nor too small. Consider anyone you may be taking with you. The lighter in weight, the better.

If Your Hiking, Bring Supplies in a Backpack

Hiking without a backpack is doable but when you have a waterproof outdoor backpack, carrying supplies is easy and worth it. Any time you’re doing long walks in the wilderness, come prepared. Pack only the essentials, keep it light, and wear a high-quality hiker’s backpack.

Camping Forks Make Cooking Easy

Camping forks are an environmentally-friendly and reliable way to get meat out over the fire, holding them firmly while they get their cook on. Go with a metal or steel camping fork so it’s reusable, light, and so that you’re sure what it’s carrying doesn’t fall off the stick.

Collapsible Cups and Buckets Are the Way To Go

If you’re going to be out camping on your own in the wilderness as opposed to a designated campground, collapsible bowls and collapsible cups are easy to pack and make eating easier. Collapsible containers can be used for a range of other purposes as well.

A Fire Starter Helps When You Need it Most

A fire starter for camping is very helpful on days when starting a fire just isn’t happening. A fire starter uses ferromagnetic at an ideal hardness to produce a large amount of sparks, lighting magnesium or other tinder even in harsh weather conditions. If you’re planning for camping emergencies, you’ve got to include a 2-in-1 fire starter in your pack.

Consider a 12-in-1 Stainless Steel Tool

You never know what you’re going to need when you’re out on the trail or camping. It’s not enough just to pack a knife. A high-quality 12-in-1 stainless steel camping tool comes with long-nose pliers, standard pliers, wire cutters, a knife, a serrated knife, saw scribe, bottle opener, screwdrivers, and a filer lime. You won’t have to worry about having to grab something from anywhere else. It’s all there held together in a single case.

For summer fun, COVID-19 essentials, and everything you need to have fun but be safe and protected, Living.ca is here. Don’t let the hottest season of the year go by without some adventure. Get out there and have a little fun!

Featured Photo by Chris Holder on Unsplash

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