As summer transitions to fall in the United States, a lot of families might be thinking of taking a camping trip. After all, ’tis the season: Think jackets (maybe even sweaters!), bonfires, sleeping bags, and, of course, lots and lots of s’mores.
Going camping during the health crisis might feel a little intimidating, but if you’re thoughtful about it, there’s no reason why it can’t be done. After all, a lot of natural spaces inherently invite you to socially distance yourself from others, which makes a national forest or state park the ideal location for a family trip.
There are also a lot of people out there who have had the same impulse to go on a camping trip — and who have given in.
Whether you are looking for a campground that is following safety and health precautions or you’re ready to level up and take your family primitive camping but aren’t sure how to find a spot, this is the guide for you. Here are seven tips for taking the family on a camping trip this fall.
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