Campfire Baked Beans are an old favorite that are worth adding to any camping meal. This is a guest post for an old family recipe for baked beans that is tried and true.
We’re going back to basics and focusing on the old school camping favorites. Dutch Oven Breakfast Casserole is the quintessential camping breakfast. Hash browns, sausage, eggs and biscuits come together in the perfect breakfast.
Loaded mashed potatoes is a lightweight, versatile, and easy backpacking meal. This recipe is for loaded mashed potatoes with broccoli, cheese and bacon, but there are many ways to jazz up a potato.
Atwell Mill Campground is a perfect place to get away from the crowds but still experience Giant Sequoia trees. It will offer you access to many beautiful day hikes and a cool escape from the last heat of summer.
If you’re lucky enough to have fresh figs around, you won’t be sorry you made this Raspberry Fig Fruit Leather. Stash it in your pack for a day hike or backpacking trip.
Here’s the last post of our series “How to Set Up Camp.” Once you’ve set up your sleeping area and camp kitchen, its time to relax and make the hangout space a fun, cozy place to be. Have a great time!
Going camping right now? Here are some quick, one-pot recipes with only five main ingredients! Don’t let food hold you back from getting out to play the moment you’re ready.
Building your camping pantry will keep you ready to camp, and help you create a seamless cooking experience outdoors. Here are some tips on how to do it.
Pie Irons are a bit old school, but they are a fun way to enjoy campfire cooking as a group. Use your pie iron to quickly make pressed recipes of any kind!
When you get back to camp after a full day, everyone is hungry. Keep them happy until dinner is ready with some delicious, quick camping appetizers.