Romantic Camping Review – How to Light a Fire in Your Tent

Romantic Camping Review – How to Light a Fire in Your Tent

Camping does not have to be just with your family or friends. You can plan a great trip with just your partner and make it a romantic camping experience. It will cost a lot less than a night in an expensive motel resort and because it is so affordable, you will be able to do it more often.

There are plenty of camping tips on every aspect imaginable for your outdoor experience. There are guides on tents and food, rv vehicles, places to go and outdoor survival, but what about some tips on how to make your weekend so romantic that it won’t just be your marshmallows that sizzle!

A night under the stars without interruption from man or animal, is a beautiful experience. For those that camp regularly, you know what I mean. There is nothing that compares being that close to nature unless your up close and personal with your favorite person.

You don’t have to travel far when looking for a perfect spot either. There are plenty of places to set up a tent and many campsites will be in close proximity to you. Just do a little research and check to see which one suits you.

So where do you start, when planning this outdoor experience? What should you pack? Well there is a tastefully written guide specifically devoted to romantic camping that certainly provides useful tips on making a beautiful weekend, perfect. Not all of us have the imagination to turn ‘something’ into exciting, but Jenn Crosby does. She shares her tips on ‘how to light a fire in your tent.’

So if you are looking to put a little spark into your relationship, why not pack the tent, get a few romantic camping ideas and head off into the great outdoors. You will probably make camping one of your top priorities in the future.

Bill Joyce has been an avid camper for many years. From camping in a swag in the bush to a family tent filled with people. Now he shares his tips and experiences with you. For more information on the romantic camping review visit ‘The Happy Camping Site’