Spring has arrived and the driving season has begun.
While April is typically a time where vehicle owners have their cars inspected at body shops, why not also improve a ride by adding some additional security and storage accessories?
For some, camping is all about roughing it: living off the land, communing with nature and getting away from the hustle and bustle of every day life.
Whether you've been camping all your life or this is your first time sleeping out under the stars, there's a few things every outdoorsman needs.
Whether you are going on a hike for an hour or two or a week-long camping trip, safety is always key.
Now that spring is officially here, many outdoors enthusiasts are ready to strap into their boots and hit the trails.
Like most hobbies, camping can be tailored to just about anyone's preferences.
When you're planning a camping trip, there are few pieces of equipment more important than your tent.
While camping is a great pastime once you get the hang of it, it can be intimidating to give it a try for the first time.
Picking out a good hiking backpack should be as important as choosing your boots.
More than 200 years ago, Yellowstone National Park became the first national park in the U.S.
After a particularly harsh winter, the weather is finally warming up, which is leaving plenty of hikers itching to hit the trails.
As the snow is finally starting to melt and temperatures are slowly climbing out of the sub-freezing range, many of us are looking forward to pulling our vehicles out of storage and hitting the roads.
One of the jewels of North America, Glacier National Park has been stunning travelers from all over the world for generations.
For serious hikers, tackling the Appalachian Trail is the great white whale.
Though skiing and snowboarding are among the most popular winter sports in the country, there are plenty of people who are nervous to hit the slopes for the first time
For travelers, every experience is unique.
For the uninitiated, AreaBFE is a recreational park in Moab, Utah.
There are few locations in the United States as iconic as the Grand Canyon.
Whether it's a cool summer night or a chilly winter afternoon, you don't need Smokey the Bear to tell you that campfires can be dangerous and need to be attended to carefully.
Each year, some of the country's toughest racers meet in a dried lake bed in Johnson Valley, Calif., to take part in The King of the Hammers Race.
Camping is an activity that can be enjoyed solo, but many of us prefer to hit the trail with our loved ones.
Camping can be the perfect family vacation.
Whether you are backpacking through Europe or through the Rocky Mountains, a well-organized bag is the key to comfort and convenience.
If you spend your weekends biking, kayaking or snowboarding far from home, then chances are you need to look into car roof racks.
There are no shortage of Americans - old and young - who consider driving the open road in a recreational vehicle to be the ideal vacation.
Packing for a kayak trip is like preparing for no other kind of experience.
For those of us who love the great outdoors, winter can be one of the best times for hiking.
Sure, winter isn't exactly the time most of us are clamoring to spend a few nights sleeping in a tent, but spring is right around the corner.
Perhaps, in your younger days, your image of a road trip involved a convertible, a mix tape, spontaneity and the open road.
While most Americans consider the summer to be road trip season, the more hardy among us aren't afraid to hit the roads during the winter.
If you are getting tired of the city grind, a weekend camping trip can be the perfect way to escape and relax.