6 Tips for Eco-Friendly Family Camping Trips

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6 Responses to “6 Tips for Eco-Friendly Family Camping Trips”

  1. sewnnatural says:

    What a great post!

    We have been looking and looking for non toxic camping gear and haven’t found anything but a somewhat non toxic 2 person tent yet… Has anyone found a non toxic tent, sleeping mat or sleeping bag?


  2. lizzyschofding says:

    We are all about a good old camping trip! Don’t forget the s’mores!

    Lizzy and Chelsea

  3. annathema says:

    I would be careful to add that bringing your own firewood is often not the best idea any more. Thanks to the emerald ash borer, transporting firewood is a great way to create problems by spreading this pest. A small camp stove is probably the most sustainable option today.

  4. Healthy Republic says:

    Leave it better than you found it was always our motto!

    —Healthy Republic

  5. cyclist1 says:

    To the person looking for non-toxic tents, and sleeping gear, we are a small business whose goal it is to offer such products. We do not have the exact products you are looking for right now, but we have others. We hope to offer sleeping gear and tents soon! I am not trying give a gratuitous advertisement here, just trying answer a question. Google “the happy camper site” and you should find us.

  6. one4earth says:

    Follow Camping Etiquette is the big thing that has kept me from enjoying camping…because OTHERS don’t follow it. I have especially had issues with smokers and noisy people past curfew. Any suggestions on how to fix this or where to go to avoid it?

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