General Discussions

General discussion topics related to camping

Fall Camping and Winterizing

Every single year our last camping day is on Canadian Thanksgiving Day (mid- October). This is the day our park closes for the long winter, which means that we have to leave our trailer till May of the following year.

How to Save Money at National Parks

Many National Parks in Canada and US charge admission fees, that are on top of the camping fees. However many do not. Some of the most visited parks such as Great Smoky Mountain in Tennessee or Redwoods National Park in California never charge admission fees.

Campground Neighbours

There are many types of campground neighbours, but basically they can be good or bad.

Good neighbours are so quiet that sometimes you wouldn’t even know they are there except that the lights are on in their RV.

Give me the Power

Camping with electric power used to be considered not real camping. Even today people who love tenting tend to take non-electrical sites. And then there is also wilderness camping (or back-country camping) and backpacking that requires no electricity by definition.

Vision from the Past

I was just walking down one of the lines of our campground when I saw it. A sight from the past, my past. A little camper identical to the one we had when I was child. I have never seen one like it in Canada before. These were the trailers of the 70’s era made in Poland. How did it get here?

Camping with a Teenager

Taking your teenager camping with the family is not an easy task. I should know this now that I have a teenager in my camp.

More on Camping Etiquette

I know that many camping websites, including this one, have plenty of camping etiquette tips. Nevertheless, I think there could never be enough tips for new and seasoned campers alike. So here are some for you to ponder:

Camping for Every Age

Each age has its beauty and potential problems but it is never too early or too late to start camping. Here are some points that should ease your fears and help you avoid the pitfalls.

Canada Day Parade at our Tent and Trailer Park

This was the first Canada Day Parade for kids at te Red Bay Park. Kids had lots of fun and lots of candies.

Good Night Sleep at the Campground

So you are dreaming of getting away from the city and getting some fresh air and good night sleep. But before you pitch your tent or park your RV there are few things to consider.

1. Bring your ear-plugs.

Rap Battle: Camper vs. Glamper

Which one are you?

Blackfly Song

Do you hate blackflies?

Sing along!

Camping is What Canadians Do

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Camping with My Baby

Let’s get it straight from the start. My baby is already a toddler. She is running fast and disappearing around the corner of our campground road even faster, if I don’t watch her of course.