I mostly go camping in France or Belgium. How? That’s different every time: sometimes we choose for a fixed place and stay there for longer with a big tent. Last year, we traveled with a small tent, that we build up every day and took down again to travel further. In Italy we camped on a rocky hill with sea view. Waking up to the sounds of the sea hitting the rocks, opening the tent and have a fantastic view… Amazing! The only thing that leads to problems, is that the steep slope isn’t good for your car wheels. And there is always the risk that the car rolls away. Luckily I have the wheel chocks: the ideal solution
I mainly go camping in France. We then go with the caravan and take two small tents for the kids. It is lovely to be outside in the fresh air, while still feel like home. It might sounds a bit crazy but I love to sit under my awning watching a storm outside. The only annoying things are thick roots and rocky ground on the place you want to dig the pegs into the ground… HABA showed me these strong tent pegs. Therewith - and a bit more time to get the caravan out of the garage - we can truly be a #happycampers family!
I often go camping but like to be well prepared. Its not only about reserving the camping and planning a nice route but more about practical things and how to anticipate on them. A roadtrip through Spain and Italy, for example, needs a marking sign. HABA showed me a sign which whom I follow the rules in both countries. On to a careless trip!