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Review: Cassel Campground, Burney CA

Cassel Campground, located in Burney CA (Shasta County), near Mt. Lassen, is surrounded by the most beauty that the Sierra foothills have to offer. Both Mt. Lassen and Mt. Shasta are visible from this area. Cassel campground is renowned for trout fishing, as streams, canals and nearby lakes (like beautiful Baum…

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Overkill Campers T.K.4.7. Squaredrop Featured at NWOR 2019

If you’ve been in the market for a small, lightweight teardrop trailer (approx. 1100 lbs dry weight) that’s off-road capable with top-quality components, craftsmanship and loads of options, you might want to check out Overkill Camper’s T.K.4.7 squaredrop (square teardrop). I’ve been following this Oregon based company for a little…

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Off Grid Trailers Expedition 2.0 Squaredrop Camper

Small camping trailers sure have re-emerged onto the scene as an option for those looking for a more practical RV solution. Many different variations are now available. Some trailers are geared for on-road, some a dual on-road/off-road purpose, some with minimal features and some that are equipped to handle tough,…


Mosquito Repellent Lantern Options for Camping

Nothing can disrupt a peaceful summer night by the campfire more effectively than a swarm of mosquitos. Fortunately there are a number of devices that located strategically around a campsite can eliminate that problem by killing the insects outfight or repelling them with light or fragrance. Here are four of…


5 Tips for Camping in the Snow

Despite all of its added discomfort and difficulties, a snow-covered winter landscape can constitute one of the most beautiful scenes nature has to offer. Coupled with the comforting silence and lack of traffic, hiking and camping in the snow is often preferred by many to the equally beautiful, albeit more…



Natural Insect Repellent Recipies: Homemade Insect Repellent for the Outdoors

Whether camping, hiking or biking, mosquitoes, ticks, deer flies and other types of insects are our companions in the outdoors. We all attract these irritating pests at different rates depending on all types of factors including our body chemistry and metabolism. Likewise, insect repellents that work for one person may…




Choosing the Right Fishing Sunglasses

A quality pair of polarized sunglasses is a necessity. Polarized sunglasses allow you to look through the water to see fish and the structure they are holding on. Polarized glasses may even save your bat hen navigating shallow waterways. The ability to see detailed structure will help you to navigate…