Finding the Perfect Spot for Your Caravan: A Guide

If you are planning to tow your caravan to a caravan park for the first time this summer, you may be looking for tips on how to find the best pitch on which you can set up camp. Read on to discover 3 things you should look out for when looking for a spot to set up your caravan on. Following this advice will ensure you have a great holiday.

Solving the Biggest Problems with Hard Floor Campers

When you're thinking about buying a hard floor camper, some of the problems they can pose may make you hold back. Like many modes of camping, hard floor campers come with their perks and pitfalls. Fortunately, it's pretty easy to solve the problems associated with them. A lack of storage space Unlike soft floor campers, hard floors lack storage space. However, this doesn't mean you don't have any room for storing your goods at all.

6 Ways to Slash Your Pack-Weight For Multi-Day Hiking

Most hikers would agree that the worst part of a multi-day hike is having to carry a hefty backpack along the trail. Unfortunately, taking a pack is unavoidable if you'll be out for more than a single day, and the weight can really add up if you aren't careful. Of course, there are plenty of ways to keep your load as light as possible.    1. Upgrade Your Gear You wouldn't expect to pick up a ten-year-old car and find that it boasts equally good mileage ratings as the newest model.

Don't Sweat It: Choosing The Right Dehumidifier For Your Caravan Or Camper Trailer

Purchasing a dehumidifier for your caravan can benefit you the whole year round, keeping you home-away-from-home dry and comfortable in the summer, and free of mould and damp in the winter. However, no two dehumidifiers are the same, and it's important to choose the right dehumidifier for your needs.  When shopping for caravan accessories like a new dehumidifier, you'll find a seemingly endless array of different models and makes on offer; the vast majority of these dehumidifiers can, however, be sorted into two rough categories: