Meagan is an experienced camper, while Sarah likes the IDEA of family nature time, but isn’t so sure. There’s sleeping on the ground, critters (both mild and wild), plus all the logistics. And with so many options for “roughing it,” from rustic backpacking to glamping, what even qualifies as camping these days? In today’s More Than Mom episode, Meagan’s breaking it all down for Sarah – and for our listeners! From packing to food prep, how to stay comfy and how to get clean(ish), follow along as Meagan shares her tips for figuring out what kind of camping might be right for you. Along the way, Meagan gets real about how she handles when nature calls, tells a funny story about a time she panicked about a snake getting too close for comfort, and talks about storing her gear. It’s an adventure–join us!
- Read the blog post “Yes You Can Take Your Kids Car Camping” by our Contributor, Jennifer Carroll.
- That time when Meagan owned a camper
- Meagan’s guide on Beginner Hiking and Camping Gear for Women
- Arrive Outdoors is the camping gear rental website Meagan’s sister recommends
- Hipcamp is like the Airbnb of camping. Meagan has had good experience booking rustic sites and small cabins through it.