Well, we are off to Lake Tahoe tomorrow. It will be a long driving day with an interesting drive between the desert floor and the 11 mountain passes to traverse along the way. Needless to say, I think we will drive separately. We have been at Great Basin NP for the last 3 days. What a different environment and scenery than where we came from in Colorado. The Great Basin stretches from the California’s Sierra Nevada mountains, through most of Nevada, to Utah’s Wasatch mountains. It is HUGE! The G...
Disclosure: Opinions, camping practices, and experiences expressed with articles posted here or otherwise via user-generated content posted elsewhere on this site are solely the authors’ and do not reflect the opinions, beliefs, camping practices, or experiences of this website or Simple Social Platforms, Inc.
You love spending time with your family and friends in nature. But you also know that you must be prepared to make these adventures a success. And there’s no better way to get ready for your next venture out into the wilderness than with Camping.Tools. Here’s how this app is changing the game, not just for chronicling memories of your adventures but for being ready to take on new ones whenever the mood strikes.
Jot Down Your Thoughts and Keep Them Organized
You may forget small details when you get caught up in the thrill of planning your trip. And even if you remember to write them down, they’ll be tough to find if they aren’t all in one place. But Camping.Tools has organizational tools that every adventurer needs - and the list is growing all the time. The app features a route planner, packing list, and meal planner, so you’ll always know what to do next.
Camping.Tools also allow you to write journal entries directly into the app, which you can use throughout your camping trip to keep track of information like important locations or to-do lists. You can use the app on your trip to capture every moment, but it’s just as helpful to keep everything well organized during the planning process.
Use the Marketplace to Grab Some Gear
Let’s say you’ve used Camping.Tools to create a shopping list that includes everything you’ll need before your trip. Great news: it’s easier than you imagine handling that list from the app. Whether you need clothing, camping furniture, tents, sleeping bags, lighting, or even RVs and campers, you’ll find what you’re looking for in the Camping.Tools marketplace. The shop features gear from other campers like you, and you could even sell gear you won’t need on the marketplace to fund your next adventure. It’s a valuable resource you should check first to save time and money when planning your trip.
Invite Others to Collaborate on Your Trip
If you’re traveling with others, chances are they’ll want to stay updated on how the trip planning is going. With Camping.Tools, you can invite others to view trip information and share some of the journal entries that include your plans. Are you in a rush and can’t use the marketplace to grab some much-needed supplies? You can easily share that shopping list with someone who can easily pick it up on their way. Camping.Tools makes preparing a collaborative experience from start to finish and allows you to access and savor the memories of a perfectly planned adventure.
Cultivate the Best Possible Experience with Reviews
Camping.Tools features a ton of campground and restaurant reviews. And these aren’t just your typical reviews: they’re written from the eyes of people like yourself who know what other campers want and need to enjoy their trip to the fullest. You can use the reviews to help plan your trip and decide which options you’d like to try or where to stay. Once you’ve had your experiences, you can use the journal to talk about places you loved so you can enjoy them again in the future.
Camping.Tools is as much about planning as it is about privacy. If you’re a fellow trailblazer looking for a place to keep all of your information and memories alive, use the Camping.Tools app to design your next experience down to the smallest detail. So when you’re ready to hit the road, you can focus on the moments that really matter.