- One must be a fox in order to recognize traps, and a lion to frighten off wolves. Machiavelli Niccolo
Go on a Romantic Camping Trip
Choose the Perfect Location No one location is perfect for everyone, but you can find a spot that's ideal for the two of you when you consider these three important aspects of location:
Area: In a remote camping area, you can truly connect with your significant other. Find a small campground that may be less noisy and offer secluded sites. Scenery: Choose a scenic spot, on the water or in the mountains, where romantic sunrises and unobstructed night views are close by. Activities: Activities close to your location make it easy to spend the day exploring instead of hanging around the campsite. Look for campgrounds in state or national parks, that have trails, water access, caves and caverns.
Get in Touch With Your Inner Glamper Plan to be comfortable in every way possible when you pack for a romantic camping trip. "Go ultracomfy, not ultralight," says Lisa Jones of Backpacker.com. Here's how:
Food: With the right tools, it's easy to make your favorite foods camp-friendly. The basic necessities for comfort food at the campsite include: a pot, pan, knife, spatula, tin foil and tongs. Don't forget oil and seasonings too.
Sleeping: Turn your two-person tent into a sleeping oasis with an air mattress, two old comforters and pillows.
Other romantic camping necessities include:
Comfortable camping chairs Cozy blanket Wine glasses or mason jars Tablecloth Candle for the dinner table Speakers