Your Fall Camping Checklist From The The Wilderness Society

Your Fall Camping Checklist From The The Wilderness Society When deciding whether to camp this fall, remember that lower temperatures and fewer insects can make hikes more pleasurable. As school starts, crowds dwindle at your favorite wilderness spots, creating more opportunities for wildlife sightings. Elk, moose and deer are regulars in the mountains and migrating birds are everywhere.

ODU Magazine - November-December 2018 Edition

Of course one of the most compelling reasons to camp in fall is the beauty of the leaves changing color. Depending on your latitude, fall foliage is usually most stunning from September through October, but can linger into November.

Here’s more of what you need to know to plan your fall camping trip:

Fall Camping Checklist:

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