Poison ivy grows all over United States and is most prevalent in wooded areas, and less likely in Hawaii, Alaska, and desert areas of the Southwest. The clusters of three leaves can appear red in the spring, deeper green in the summertime, and will stick around into late fall until winter causes the leaves to fall off.…

If you’ve ever been stung by a bee, then you know a bee sting hurts and the pain can last hours after the initial sting. First things first, check to make sure the stinger is removed as soon as possible because that can help reduce the amount of venom that is released. Then wash that…

Can you tell the difference between a fifth wheel and a travel trailer? Know how to distinguish a Class A from a Class B or Class C? Check our RV guide for a quick and easy overview of these six types of RVs. What kind do you prefer? Let us know in the comments!

Cold weather hammock camping is possible if you’re prepared. Check our guide for what to pack for colder temperatures to keep the bottom of your hammock from getting cold! Have any other tips we should know about? Let us know in the comments. As always, happy travels!

This week, you’ve read all about hammock camping. Let’s see if you should try hammock camping on your next trip. It’s not necessarily about tents or hammocks, but we hope this guide shows you that hammock camping has its pros. You might not make a full switch, but we hope you’re persuaded to at least try it…

Whether you’re a curious hiker or nervous camper trying to figure out what plant you just touched, you’d benefit from learning how to identify different leaves. Check out our leaf identification guide to avoid any run-ins with poison ivy, poison oak, or poison sumac!