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A Quick Guide to Camping Out Camping is referred to as an elective recreational activity done in the outdoors Campers opt to spend time pursuing more “natural” activities as form of enjoyment. A minimum of one night outdoors is required for camping, as opposed to day-tripping, picnicking, hiking or other similar short-duration recreational activities. The most basic camping is do it with “a bedroll under the stars”. However, some form of temporary shelter in the outdoors, such as a tent, caravan, motor home or primitive shed is normally involved during camping. Indoor luxuries are not encouraged during camping. It became a popular recreational activity for the elite in the early 20th century. It evolved from the African safaris. Campers, however, still brought along with them their “indoor amenities and luxuries”. Now, camping is much more democratic and varied. Modern-day camping is not limited to the African savannah as campers just about enjoy the outdoors anywhere, in their backyards, public campsites, national and/or state parks. Camping is employed by many youth groups like Scouting to teach the young about self-reliance, teamwork, as well as the appreciation of the outdoors.
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Camping provides an array of activities and approaches to outdoor accommodation. “Living of the land” and surviving on limited resources is the objective of survivalist camping. On the other hand, recreational vehicle travelers have electricity, portable furniture, butane cooker, etc. Camping can be enjoyed together with canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hunting and together with hiking/trekking or backpacking.
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Camping does not have a universal definition. The combination of intent with the nature of the activities performed is the essence of camping. A youth summer camp complete with dining hall meals and bunkhouses is a camp, but does not necessarily reflect the camping form and spirit as widely understood. A hobo’s lifestyle cannot compare to camping as though he may sleep in the open or cook with an open fire, these activities fail to reflect the elective nature of camping nor do they represent pursuit of the spirit of rejuvenation, both intrinsic aspects of camping. Cultures with nomadic lifestyles with no permanent dwellings do not do camping as it is their way of life. The form of camping is normally defined by the activity performed during camping. People do “adventure camping” when they move along in the daytime and camp at night with the most minimum of equipment. It is “dry camping” when campers go to places with no reliable water supply, like the desert. Backpacking maximizes the wilderness experience with backpackers opting for compact, lightweight equipment though in some cases backpacking may also involve riding on animals with or without pack mules and similar portage beasts. Canoe or kayak camping is similar to backpacking but this camping form often requires portage to haul bulkier and heavier equipment. Bicycle camping offers camping with cycling, both in developed and natural terrain.