Winter camping in the snow may have its challenges but, BOY, are they worth it! Among the many reasons is the fact that places like the national parks have only about 10% (on average) that they do in the summer. When you are adjusting to the environmental temperatures, most of us find it easier to accommodate cold weather extremes.
Bundle up in layers. Remember every part of your body from your head to your feet. Remember every part of your body from your head to your feet. Remember every part of your body from your head to your feet. If you’re lucky enough to be camping in the snow you’ll want to protect your feet. We sell both wetproof covers for your shoes waterproof boots as well as great thigh-high socks with adjustable ribbons at the top for a secure fit. Our gloves have the touch fingertips you need to keep using your phones and tablets.
Want to see, and save, the gorgeous natural beauty of winter landscape? Our 300X telescopic kit helps you get up close and personal and then save it as well.
Don’t forget the fishing opportunities that cold winter weather brings.
Keep your campfires burning for the warmth and cooking you’ll need.
Finally, there are millions of acres of public lands at the national and state parks, as well as national and state forests just waiting for you. Nostalgia is built each moment as it occurs so …
REMEMBER THE GREAT OUTDOORS!!