If you find it difficult to throw away those little Altoids tins, here are six camping and RV kits you can make from the handy, hinged boxes.
Everyone loves an old-fashioned s’more while camping. Why not add some holiday spirit to your treat?
Campfires are a fun tradition, but sometimes a normal campfire just isn’t enough. In these cases, use one of these campfire tricks to mix things up!
Just because you’re roughing it doesn’t mean you don’t deserve great bacon. These eight recipes can easily be made over the campfire.
How about adding a little spice to the typical s’more? With so many flavors of marshmallows available, these campfire treats get a little exotic.
Campfire cooking doesn’t always have to mean sticking hot dogs and marshmallows on a dirty twig.
Cast iron skillets are a versatile tool for campfire cooking. They can be used to make breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert.
Does your campfire always seem to go out, or produce a lot of smoke and sparks? Try burning these types of wood for the best results.
These warm, gooey cinnamon buns are easy to make inside of hollowed-out oranges. Try them out over the fire on your next camping trip!
Boom! No scraping needed, just a rubber band attack on the match head and there she lights.