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Top Camping Tips For a Smooth Trip Someone who has ever been camping will have some camping tips to share, and so here are just a few that I have acquired over time. I do not claim to have invented these ideas, but they are things that are stuck in my head. Some that you may have heard of and will be aware of are that some may not be useful, but hopefully you might like the sound of just one - or it may even give you a spark of an idea - and you find a way to use it on your next camping trip.First of all, it is always a good idea to have an exercise match - if not in your garden, then in someone else's or in a quiet place somewhere where you will not be disturbed. Basically, it is much better to get used to your duct tent and basic gear first before you unpack the car, drive a good few miles and then discover that you underestimated the time required to pitch and build camps. Or worse, you do not understand carefully how to set up the tent in the first place. If you have a bell tent it is one of the easiest tents around to build - but with that I still have seen some pretty basic mistakes, which has led to the tent being unstable, wonky and something that would not resist much of a breeze.Once you have built it up for the first time, and especially if it is in your own garden, it is a good idea to provide you with things that you think you (a) need or (b) like to bring with you on a camping trip. Take the time to find out what you need around you to (a) work and (b) thrive.So then you can build a checklist of essential things that you need to take on either a short or several base camps or alternatively things that you would like to take a longer and more comfortable camping trip. Categorize things like bedding, cooking, wet wear, dry wear, hot / cold weather equipment, kids sports, games, relaxation (wine!), Baseball, glossy items, whatever suits you.Another "pre-camp" tip is to divide the tent posts, sticks and canvas. Clock tents should be provided with a main backpack for the tent and layer, a separate bag for the poles, and another bag for sticks, hammocks, spare parts etc. This means that you basically divide the weight. Even if you use a trolley, it makes it much easier to handle the basic tent components.One last canvas clock tent tips - always use a footprint. A footprint is basically an old (cheap) tarp that you place under the tent itself. You can buy expensive but it really is not necessary. Make sure the footprint is about 5 cm smaller than the actual outer edges of the base plate. Using a cheap builder will tarp found in any DIY store. Then simply cut to size. The idea.