Saturday, May 17, 2014

Three Steps to Getting a Good Night's Sleep in a Tent

Camping is one of the most rewarding and enriching activities you can do as a family or with friends in the summer – when done right! Prepared and knowledgeable campers know how to stay warm, how to have fun, and how to handle anything from surprise snow storms to monsoon-like rain showers. Sadly though, many people rank camping on par with getting a root canal and it usually comes down to the whole sleep experience. Understandably, sleeping on the ground in a tent can be a cold, uncomfortable, and all-around unpleasant experience for newbies to camping.

Happy and Well Rested
I've written a story for Campers Village with my top suggestions for how to get a good night's sleep in a tent!  Not in a trailer, a cabin, or your own bed.... but how to actually sleep well in a simple tent on the ground.

Our Cozy Tent
To read my story, follow this link to Three Steps to Getting a Good Night's Sleep in a Tent.  In my story, you'll find out what you can do to help alleviate discomfort while tenting this summer so that you wake up feeling refreshed and warm after a good night’s sleep wherever your camping adventures take you.

Even toddlers can sleep well in a tent

To read my other stories for Campers Village, go to their website to the Outdoor Guide where I'll be contributing twice a month in the Family Fun Zone and the Outdoor Preparedness section. 

Happy Camping!

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