The summer is just starting to roll, so what better time to head out with family or friends for a weekend in the great outdoors! Camping at a local campground or state park could be just what you need before school is back in session. The birds chirping, the bugs buzzing and the sun beating down on your tent will remind you to be prepared.
It's the knowledge that we will share with you here that separates the amateurs from the seasoned campers. You want to be a seasoned camper, don't you? The prepared one that everyone goes to if they need duct tape, dental floss or any other random item. We will help you become that go-to-guy or gal with this simple checklist and some tips from Foremost.com.
Foremost wants you to safely experience all the adventure you can.
*More of a recreational vehicle (RV) camper? Check back in the future for some tips and funny stories on RV safety from our safety crazy blogger.
Noelle is a social media specialist for Foremost and a safety expert, which is perfect since she works for an insurance company! She's always looking for new ways to safeguard her home, make sure her motorcycle helmet is as protective as possible and passionately communicate how dangerous texting and driving really is. She's always up for sharing usable tips to help others be safety crazy too. But, maybe not quite as crazy as her.