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Ensuring an Accessible Camping Experience — 3 Helpful Tips for Wheelchair Users
For wheelchair users who have never been camping, it’s important to understand what accessible features may be available at a campground so that you know what to look for when planning your trip. To be accessible for wheelchair users, a campground must have the essentials of wheelchair access that are typically found in accessible outdoor areas. This includes clear and predictable walking...Keep reading
Why Should You Camp In 2023?
There are so many reasons to camp, especially in 2023. Camping technology has advanced, the nature spots are more diverse and creative, and the tech world has made this adventuring past-time all the more important.Keep reading
Best Time to go Camping in Texas - What To Expect From All Four Seasons
There are many sides to the vast and beautiful state of Texas. Being the largest state in the US mainland, Texas not only engulfs a wide variety of landscapes but also climates. Unlike many other parts of America, Texas doesn’t necessarily have an off-season for camping. Sure, in parts, the Lone Star State can experience extremes. Whether it be snow...Keep reading
Free Camping in Texas
So far in our camping guide of Texas, we’ve highlighted a lot of great campsites. We’ve listed some of our community’s favorite campsites in each of the best state parks for camping in Texas. We’ve given an insight into some of the top primitive campsites and beach campsites. The camping grounds listed all come with their own charm and unique...Keep reading
Guide To River Camping in Texas
As the passion for the great outdoors begins to grow, many campers create their own camping bucket lists. A list of adventures they want to embark on, hikes they want to enjoy and out-of-the-ordinary lands on which they want to pitch their tent. For many campers, both experienced and newcomers, Texas holds a special draw. This draw might come from...Keep reading
Best State Parks in Texas for Camping
While the 50+ National Parks of the United States seem to get all the attention, the state parks bring a lot of the real camping treasures. In Texas alone, there are over 80 state parks to choose from. In one sense, the abundance of options means that finding a park that meets your camping needs will not be a problem....Keep reading
Primitive Camping in Texas
The term “primitive camping” conjures up images of a true wilderness adventure. It implies a movement back to prehistoric ways. Picking wild berries, hunting for meals and being completely at the mercy of the elements. The modern version of “primitive camping” is a little different. Nowadays, it typically means camping in less populated areas that are not fitted with all...Keep reading
Spotlight on Colorado - Our Ultimate Global Camping Guide
Enjoy our guide to camping all around the world, a simple 2 minute read to tell you all you need to know. This blog focuses on the best places to camp in Colorado.Keep reading
Erin Hamlin: The Rocket is about to get launched!
Erin Hamlin lives near Crua Outdoors in the United-States, we're proud to know her and wanted to wish her the best of luck for the Olympics Games held in PyeongChang, South Korea this year! Picture - teamusa.org Who’s Erin Hamlin? Erin is a 31-year-old woman who comes from New Hartford, Oneida – New-York. By the age of 12, she started...Keep reading
Into the Boreas with Crua Ambassador, Ben Chamberlain
In the spring of 2016, over twenty thousand acres of the Boreas area, located in the High Peaks Region in The Adirondack State Park, NY was bought from Finch, Pruyn & Co. a paper company. The Boreas Ponds – which form a 320-acre body of water, now one of the largest in the park, completely surrounded by jaw-dropping forest views...Keep reading