In the summertime, warm-weather ventures can go far beyond your backyard. Packing your tent and planning a camping trip is the best way to immerse yourself in an outdoor adventure away from home. National and state parks offer a variety of activities from hiking and picnicking to canoeing and fishing, providing something for all ages to enjoy.
Plan your next getaway with these simple tips for a memorable escape:
- Hang out in a hammock – Bring your own resting place to hang amongst the trees with a lightweight travel hammock.
- Make skillet meals – Use your campfire to prepare meals with a cast-iron skillet. Bring your favorite Wisconsin Colby Jack Cheese to use on these Breakfast Burritos or a savory post-hike lunch.
- Pre-pack snacks in camp friendly containers – Avoid generating trash on the trail and prevent water damage from waterlogged coolers by pre-packing your Wisconsin Cheese in watertight and reusable containers.
- Go hands free – Invest in a headlamp for easy navigation around camp after sunset.