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At Campig Dyrt, we share camping tips from our community of campers and campgrounds. With so many campers staying home, we continue to share this info so you can plan future camping trips across the U.

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This will give you peace of mind to know that you have a place to camp each night.

Solo female campers share why they venture out alone

This means being as comfortable as possible when you get in your bed. If you are fairly minimal, you got this! I find it to be reliable and loud because it is used for maritime purposes.

Tip 4: Don't Advertise That You're Alone This is a tricky one because it is awfully fun to make friends while camping. For example: using a bear canister to conceal your food and having bear spray on hand. One of the best ways to stay Gkrl when camping alone is simply to keep yourself calm and not start to act irrationally or panicked — as this is when accidents are likely to happen. Don't get stuck out there in the backcountry.

If you are lucky enough to have a beautiful canine companion in your life, consider soko your tent buddy with you.

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I have a whole post about car camping essentials, from clothing to power banks to sleeping bags to cooking gear. Waking up to the sound of the ocean in Northumberland, UK. Whether part of a backpacking trip or simply just a jaunt out to the wilderness for a night, camping alone is one of my favorite outdoor activities! From an early age, I was taught to understand the dynamics of an environment—what's safe and what's not safe, how to check out my surroundings, who to trust, and how to engage with strangers.

I always like to position my car keys, my air horn, and my cell phone if I have service in the pocket of my tent or in a safe space that I can reach while laying reclined in my sleeping bag. But for her, a solo female camping trip was more about reframing what camping looks like for her as a woman. Tip 3: Create a Float Plan I call it a float plan—clearly it's soli because we camp on land—but the US Coast Guard is big on "float plans" for good reason.

You may hear rustling from the wind, lapping at the lake, small critters crawling over branches at night.

Listen to the sound of the birds in the trees, feel the fresh air, and appreciate being alone but not lonely. Make sure you are bundled and warm, position all Free pussy in renton protective tools by your side, and do a last-minute perimeter check before retiring for the night. Remember to stay safe and enjoy the present moment. Trust me, it will do your soul good. It is all too easy to allow your mind to wander when camping alone, and convince yourself that every snap of a twig or rustle of leaves is of something sinister.

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Know what you need to do should you encounter any of these animals, what protective gear to take with you and how to minimize your risk of encounter at your campsite. If in the nearest town, don't let on that you are camping alone campping don't reveal your campsite or campsite. The best advice I can offer is to enjoy every minute of your independence. Check out this post for more car camping snacks. If this is your first car camping trip, I highly recommend that you stay in campgrounds.

I got all the chores taken care of, had to remember all the little sklo in my pack, and talk myself down when I got nervous the first night. This is the most fun and Gjrl most difficult part, if you are a chronic over-packer like me.

I've been up in the Sierra Nevada only to be startled by a massive hail storm. Perhaps the most prevalent fear among solo female campers is the nightmare scenario where you are discovered by a madman or someone with mal-intentions in the middle of the night. Nothing is more interruptive than an air horn—that goes for targeting people and wildlife.

Camping alone: what every woman needs to know

This may seem obvious, but there should be absolutely no flames lit inside a tent — no matter how cold ca,ping wet it is outside! Let's adapt our float plan to our camping trip.

Blinding Flashlight or Head Lamp: I'm talking about a truly blinding light—one used for inspections or the high beam on a headlamp. Stay organized and make things easy.

Always follow your gut instinct if you feel uncomfortable. Play it safe and check ahead!

I do own a taser but I rarely travel with it. I've even put up a sheet in my car to give me some privacy and peace-of-mind. You may end up eating out more than usual, so factor this into the budget.

Your Camping Set up What is your camping set up like in your car? I would always recommend traveling and camping with an emergency satellite device so that you can call for help if you need it. Solo female camping is meant to feel empowering, and one grumpy camper had made me feel zolo, instead. I removed the back seats from my car and put a full bed across the back.

Camping alone: what every woman needs to know

That's just how it goes. I took my dog, Jackson, for a walk and ran into a woman who was also camping with the grumpy man. You may not sleep well your first night either—this is common. No, nothing ever happened, but I did sleep light. You can lie if you have to—you won't be punished. Always put things back where they go, or you risk losing items forever.

I do think it's still a useful tool should you feel threatened or need it for general purposes like pounding down stakes in high wind. So we asked four women to share theirs by asking: Why do you go camping solo?

An Axe: I've retired this item—it was my Dad's and felt like a good-luck charm. Here are the to keep in mind while you are packing: Sleeping supplies — sleeping bag, pillow, window shades Power essentials — power banks, battery packs, cords Cooking supplies and food — stove top, pans, utensils Sanitary items — towels, body wipes, dry shampoo Fun essentials — camp chair, hammock, speaker, books Clothes Check the weather before your trip to get a range of what the temperature will be like.

You never know. When I go out camping, I like to plan my meals. Camping by yourself is similar in a cmaping of ways to camping with others, but as female solo travelers, we need to take in a few other considerations, specifically safety on the road.