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At Learn How To Camp, we believe there’s nothing more unstoppable than when people come together with a passion in common. Our passion, camping in the great outdoors.

Make nature your favorite place

Camping is Healthy for you

Research shows that some time outside will lower blood pressure, improve digestion and provide an extra boost to your immune system. You will have some significant health benefits from the fresh air and low levels of toxins when you spend a few days outdoors.

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When you have good camping equipment, after a day full of outdoor adventures you will fall quickly asleep. Sleep impacts all processes in your body and can reduce inflammation, strengthen your cardiovascular system and help you stay alert. Most campers record improved cycles of sleep after returning from a camping trip.

be one with nature

Camping also effectively allows you to cope with stress. Stress can have a detrimental impact on your health in just about any way possible, and by allowing yourself some stress-free time at the campsite you put far less pressure on your mental and physical functions. The lack of stress is related to the increase in oxygen levels, the higher levels of serotonin and the managed levels of melatonin. There's also an emotional aspect at work here, as it's more difficult to get upset or frustrated while you're doing something you enjoy.

Get outside for a hike

Don't ignore the most obvious benefit of camping: you spend a lot of time performing physical activities. Even if you're on a fishing trip, you're burning more calories than if you were sitting around the office, and if you're on a hike or a bike, you're doing a cardiovascular exercise that helps keep your heart and lungs healthy. Your activity levels will vary, but hikers will burn 120-300 calories per hour anywhere. Bikers burn 300-500 calories per hour and fly-fishing can burn up to 200 calories per hour. No wonder you're working on such an appetite for a long camping trip.


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Our Mission

This is your place to find out anything related to camping, and camping gear. The health benefits of camping and being in Nature. Also, what to do when you need the effects of being the forest but can’t get there to camp.

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How we do it

By educating newcomers into camping. and camping equipment. Also, increase skills and knowledge for seasoned campers and provide a place for skills to be shared in a community focused on camping.

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Favorite National Parks


Yellowstone National Park

  • Yellowstone National Park was established on March 1, 1872. Yellowstone is the world’s first national park.
  • 67 species of mammals, including seven species of native ungulates and two species of bear. 285 species of birds (150 nesting). 16 species of fish (five nonnative) live here.
  • Eleven visitor centers, museums, and contact stations. Nine hotels/lodges (2,000+ hotel rooms/cabins). Seven NPS-operated campgrounds. (450+ sites) Five concession-operated campgrounds (1,700+ sites).


Isle Royale National Park

  • Explore a rugged, isolated island, far from the sights and sounds of civilization. Surrounded by Lake Superior, Isle Royale offers unparalleled solitude and adventures.
  • No vehicles (except wheelchairs) are allowed on the island. You can camp in your boat at dock or anchored out. You can also travel by foot or canoe/kayak, and select sites from one of 36 campgrounds.
  • There are two boats that service the island from Michigan; the Ranger III from Houghton and the Isle Royale Queen IV from Copper Harbor.


Acadia National Park

  • Acadia National Park protects the natural beauty of the highest rocky headlands along the Atlantic coastline of the United States
  • The park has two campgrounds on Mount Desert Island, one campground on the Schoodic Peninsula, and five lean-to shelters on Isle au Haut.
  • There are miles of shoreline to explore, 125 miles of hiking trails, and 45 miles of carriage roads. Kayaking and canoeing. Two beaches offer salt water or fresh water in which to swim. A variety of ranger-led programs.

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Enjoy the great outdoors without the bugs inside the Coleman Evanston 8-Person Tent with Screen Room. Great for car camping and extended camping trips, this spacious tent offers enough room for 2 queen-size airbeds and is designed to set up in under 15 minutes thanks to snag-free, continuous pole sleeves and Insta-Clip pole attachments.


The 4-Person Sundome® Dome Camping Tent is ideal for camping in warm weather with large windows and a ground vent that help push warm air up and out to keep you comfortable. Downpour in the forecast? Enjoy superior weather protection thanks to an included rainfly, welded corners, and inverted seams to keep water from getting in.


Enjoy the Swing: Lie down and rest with your friends, kids or lovers, relax in complete comfort under the sway. There are multiple colors available in the Kootek hammock. Large size (118”L X 78”W) fit for 2 persons, holding up to 500lb (226.80kg).


Enjoy great-tasting tap water anywhere with the Brita 26 Ounce Premium Filtering Water Bottle. The durable, BPA-free, plastic bottle includes 1 replaceable filter, which reduces Chlorine (taste & odor) as you drink. Featuring an enclosed, easy-sip straw, built-in carrying loop for grab-and-go portability, and one-handed push button lid, this bottle is designed for effortless convenience.


Small and compact, the Fire Starter offers years of use. Watertight construction keeps tinder safe and dry, so when you need it, you can trust it. This tool has been rigorously tested to determine that it will provide a spark for 8000+ strikes. Take the easily-carried Bear Grylls Fire Starter with you no matter where you plan to end up for non-stop survival insurance


The hooded sleeping bag is made with a heat retention technology, a smart stitching and a waterproof shell, and it is guaranteed to keep you warm and cozy, even if the temperature is as low as 25 degrees Fahrenheit.

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