Contact Author Sometimes rain cannot be avoided on a camping trip. When I first started canoeing, my canoe club had a camping trip on Memorial Day weekend. Even though rain was predicted for the weekend, we decided to proceed with the trip. It poured so much the river rose to the point it was unsafe to canoe, but everyone still wanted to camp and hang out. We put tarps up, but I still got pretty wet and cold. Most everyone else stayed warm and dry.
When the weather turns against you Bad weather is the most common mishap encountered by campers. Usually, nothing more than an inconvenience or temporary delay of outdoor fun, weather can sometimes become dangerous. Be sure to bring a reliable rain fly for your tent, rain jackets for everyone in the family and, if rain is predicted, an extra shelter or canvas tarp to put over eating and cooking areas. It can also help to bring an extra beach towel to use as an entry mat to your tent to wipe off dirty feet when campsites get muddy. High winds can cause major problems for campers.
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