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250 Inspiring Camping Quotes

Camping is a great way to get outside and enjoy nature, not to mention the fresh air. It can also be a time to bond with best friends and family and make new memories. It changed my perspective on experiencing nature and wondering where else I could set up camp in the world. The ability to rewild your senses and wake up to views that puts a shame on any 5-star resort are good enough reasons to get out there and camp.

A crackling fire, the stars twinkled above you at night and, by day, endless forests and vistas to behold. It’s the joy of camping, of being in the great outdoors with just you, your backpack, and all your gear.

Want to capture the moment with an inspiring, motivational quote? We’ve gone ahead and pulled together over 250 of the best camping quotes out there; Whether you are a first-time camper that needs some inspiration or someone who goes camping every chance you get, you will find the quote about camping you are looking for in this list.

250 Best Quotes About Camping

Top 10 Camping Quotes

“We now no longer camp as for a night, but have settled down on earth and forgotten heaven.” – Henry David Thoreau

“We had come a far piece into a strange land, a trail lit by lonely campfires” – Louis L’Amour

“There are Far, Far better things ahead than anything we leave behind.” – C.S. Lewis

“Some national parks have long waitlists for camping reservations. When you have to wait a year to sleep next to a tree, something is wrong.” – George Carlin

“It’s easier to throw sticks on the campfire than to try to restart it when it goes out.” – Cynthia Lewis

“In a well-ordered universe…camping would take place indoors.” – Morgan Matson

“If I went on vacation, I’d rather go camping than stay in some four-stay hotel.” – Travis Fimmel

“I would rather own little and see the world than own the world and see little of it.” – Alexander Sattler

“I went camping in the Maasai Mara and we moved site every night. I had no idea how spectacular it would be, how removed from ordinary life, or how many animals we would see.” – Georgina Chapman

“Hiking to a backcountry campsite is the best way to truly get away.” – Laynni Locke

YOU ARE NOT IN THE MOUNTAINS THE MOUNTAINS ARE IN YOU. JOHN MUIR

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“Camping: The art of getting closer to nature while getting farther away from the nearest cold beverage, hot shower, and flush toilet.”

“Camping. Family. Smores. Fishing. Fun. Hiking.”

“Camping rules. Stare at the fire. Listen to the birds. Jump in the lake. Read. Take a nap. Relax. Watch the sunset. Cook over the fire. Breathe the fresh air.”

“Camping Is The Answer. Who Cares What The Question Is?.”

“Camping is not a date; it’s an endurance test. If you can survive camping with someone, you should marry them on the way home.” – Yvonne Prinz

“Camping is nature’s way of promoting the motel business. ” – Dave Barry

“Camping Is My Therapy.”

“Camping Is My Happy Place.”

“Camping Is Intents.”

“Camping is great for when you’re craving a horrible night’s sleep.”

“Camping is about re-connecting with our primordial selves. The reason that cooking humble food around a campfire, surrounded by family and friends, feels so good is that for eons that was the definition of life in the tribe. It is woven into our very DNA.”

“Camping Hair Don’t Care.”

“Camping – because therapy is expensive.”

THE CAMP IS THE SPACE THAT IS OPENED WHEN THE STATE OF EXCEPTION BEGINS TO BECOME THE RULE. Giorgio Agamben

Short Camping Quotes

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“Happy Camper.”

“Going into the wood is going home.” – John Muir

“Go Play Outside.”

“Campers have smore fun.”

“Camp, Hike, Cook, Drink, Eat, Repeat.”

“Camp more. Worry less.”

“Be Wild, Live Free.”

“Be Brave Run Free And Stay Wild.”

“At One With Nature.”

“Adventure Is Calling.”

“Another Day In Paradise.”

“Come To The Woods For Here Is Rest.”

“Cold air dark night warm fire bright stars.”

“Climb The Mountains And Get Their Good Tidings.”

“Donating blood, one mosquito at a time.”

“Home is where you pitch your tent.”

“Home Is Where You Park It.”

“Home Is Where The Welcome Mat Is.”

“I camp believe you don’t like nature.”

“I’d Rather Be Camping.”

“I Love Camping. Life Is Good In The Woods.”

“It’s all good in the woods.”

“Let’s Go Camping.”

“Leave the road, take the trails.” – Pythagoras

“Leave It Better Than You Found It.”

“Living The Good Life One Campsite At A Time.”

“Livin’ The Dream.”

“Live Love Laugh Camp.”

“Life Is Better Around The Camp Fire.”

“Keep Calm And Camp On.”

“May the forest be with you!.”

“Making Memories One Campsite At A Time.”

“Nothing truly wild is unclean.” – John Muir

“Never Stop Exploring.”

“Please Leave Only Your Footprints.”

“Sleep Under The Stars.”

“Simplicity Is The Ultimate Sophistication.”

“Shitter’s Full.”

“Wander Often, Wonder Always.”

“What happens in the camper, stays in the camper!.”

“You’re so golden.” – Harry Styles

“You’re Never Too Old to Play Outside.”

“Your swag or mine?” – L.J. Fox

“This Is My Happy Place.”

“Oh Darling Let’s Be Adventurers.”

“Now if only I could talk to forest animals.”

“It’s all fun and games until someone loses a wiener.”

“I don’t need Therapy. I just need to go camping.”

“I don’t need a therapist. I go camping often.”

“If The Camper Is A-Rockin … Don’t Come A-Knockin.”

“Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost” – J.R.R. Tolkien

CAMPING IS NOT A DATE; IT'S AN ENDURANCE TEST. IF YOU CAN SURVIVE CAMPING WITH SOMEONE, YOU SHOULD MARRY THEM ON THE WAY HOME.

Funny Camping Quotes

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“Away is a place where it’s not about the money you spend. It’s about the moments you share.”

“Light a campfire and everyone’s a storyteller.” – John Geddes

“Sleep under a blanket of stars, and your heart will forever be kept warm by your love of life.” – Anthony T. Hincks

“Here is a great day, here is a perfect choice! A camp in nature! What else do you need? You don’t have to dream because you are in a dream now!” – Mehmet Murat ildan

overnight-without-a-matress-wise. There’s a limit to the outdoorsiness to which some academics can be expected to submit.” – G.A. Cohen

“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.” – John Muir

“Some of the best moments are never captured by cameras and are not posted in any social media platforms. They are kept in private and are cherished together with the best people.”

“The farther one gets into the wilderness, the greater is the attraction of its lonely freedom.” – Theodore Roosevelt

“the conversation began crackling merrily like a kindling bonfire.” – Leo Tolstoy

“A bad day camping is still better than a good day working.”

“Roses are red, mud is brown, the woods are better than any night on the town.” – Earl Dibbles Jr.

“Now I see the secret of making the best person, it is to grow in the open air and to eat and sleep with the earth.” – Walt Whitman

“The old school of thought would have you believe that you’d be a fool to take on nature without arming yourself with every conceivable measure of safety and comfort under the sun. But that isn’t what being in nature is all about. Rather, it’s about feeling free, unbounded, shedding the distractions and barriers of our civilization—not bringing them with us.”

“The normal storyline of a horror film or a slasher film is the young, beautiful college folks go camping and get systematically killed by the person in a mask. So that’s how it normally is.” – John Schneider

“The mountains are calling and I must go!” – John Muir

“What’s that? French press. For coffee? Real coffee? Not instant? We’re camping, Zorie, not living in a dystopian nightmare.” – Jenn Bennett

“What on earth would I do if four bears came into my camp? Why, I would die of course. Literally shit myself lifeless.” – Bill Bryson

“To wake up on a gloriously bright morning, in a tent pitched beneath spruce trees, and to look out lazily and sleepily for a moment from the open side of the tent, across the dead camp-fire of the night before… or to wake at night, when you have rolled in your blankets in the frost-stricken dying grass without a tent, and to look up through the leaves above to the dark sky and the flashing stars, and hear far off the call of a night bird or the howl of a wolf: this is the poetry, the joy of a wild and roving existence, which cannot come too often” – Josiah Edward Spurr

“To be whole. To be complete. Wildness reminds us what it means to be human, what we are connected to rather than what we are separate from.” – Terry Tempest Williams

“The Appalachian Trail is to be explored one footstep at a time.”

“Technology is the campfire around which we tell our stories.” – Laurie Anderson

“In the wild world, relationship is evolutionary, time is geologic, beauty is intelligent. There we find ourselves under a powerful spell.” – Janisse Ray

“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery. Air, mountains, tree, people. I thought: this is what it is to be happy.” – Sylvia Plath

“Each evening, I ached for the shelter of my tent, for the smallest sense that something was shielding me from the entire rest of the world, keeping me safe not from danger, but from vastness itself. I loved the dim, clammy dark of my tent, the cozy familiarity of the way I arranged my few belongings all around me each night.” – Cheryl Strayed

“And I think to myself, what a wonderful world.” – Louis Armstrong

“I think it is far more important to save one square mile of wilderness, anywhere, by any means, than to produce another book on the subject.” – Edward Abbey

“I think camping is one of those things where if you’re forced into it as a child, you’ll probably hate it as an adult.” – Jeremy Irvine

“I peered up through the tent’s mesh roof at faraway stars, faint glitter, giddy.” – Aspen Matis

“In a cool solitude of trees, where leaves and birds a music spin, mind that was weary is at ease, new rhythms in the soul begin.”

“If you would experience a landscape, you must go alone into it and sit down somewhere quietly and wait for it to come in its own good time to you.” – Paul Gruchow

“I’ve been camping and stuff, but if you left me in the woods I’d probably just curl up and cry until someone found me.” – Norman Reedus

“I’m Unplugging.”

CAMPING is an effective way for families to spend time together and reconnect. Camping has several health benefits that include physical exercise, absorption of Vitamin D from sunlight, relaxation, reduced blood pressure, and reduction of mental stress.

Cute Camping Quotes

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“In nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect. Trees can be contorted, bent in weird ways, and they’re still beautiful.” – Alice Walker

“Life begins when you start saying “Yes”.”

“My fear of camping: I’m convinced bugs will crawl up my vagina and lay eggs. Isn’t everyone?” – Kathy Griffin

“You may be a little cold some nights on mountain tops above the timber-line, but you will see the stars, and by and by you can sleep enough in your town bed. or at least in your grave. Keep awake while you may in mountain mansions so rare.” – John Muir

“You light the Spark in my Bonfire Heart.” – James Blunt

“Money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy a camper, which is kind of the same thing.”

“Who has smelled the woodsmoke at twilight, who has seen the campfire burning, who is quick to read the noises of the night?” – Rudyard Kipling

“Wherever you camp in the world, the campfire will be one of the things that sticks in your memory the most!” – Mehmet Murat ildan

“When your down on your luck and you’ve lost all your dreams theres nothing like a campfire and a can of beans.” – Tom Waits

“May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds.” – Edward Abbey

“There is no such thing as bad weather, just soft people.” – Bill Bowerman

“Weekend Forecast Camping With A Chance Of Drinking.”

“Your practice should be strengthened by the difficult situations you encounter, just as a bonfire in a strong wind is not blown out, but blazes even brighter.” – Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

“Young people knew what had happened to the world because their elders communicated it to them around the campfire.” – Rick Steber

“Wilderness gave us knowledge. Wilderness made us human. We came from here. Perhaps that is why so many of us feel a strong bond to this land; it is the land of our youth.” – Boyd Norton

“You need to be outdoors. Away from here. You need a holiday.” – Fennel Hudson

“We can never have enough of nature.” – Henry David Thoreau

“Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.” – Anne Lamott

“I Do Have A Retirement Plan … I Plan On Camping.”

“There is no Wi-fi in the forest, but I promise, you will find a better connection.”

“The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep.” – Robert Frost

“The wok is one of my favorite things to work with when I’m camping. Outdoor cooking is not just about hot dogs and hamburgers. There are so many styles of food you can make.” – Guy Fieri

“When I returned to camp, they walked behind me on the trail, and we spoke not a word about getting skunked today, but rather talked about the days we returned with a stringer full of fish, and how we filleted them and the left the guts out for bears and eagles, and how those fish tasted fresh when we fried them over a fire.” – Daniel J. Rice

“There’s a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they’re absolutely free. Don’t miss so many of them.” – Jo Walton

“Fire’s the sun, unwindin’ itself out o’ the wood.” – David Mitchell

“Teaching children about the natural world should be seen as one of the most important events in their lives.” – Thomas Berry

“Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints, kill nothing but time.” – Aliyyah Eniath

“Spring is beautiful, and summer is perfect for vacations, but autumn brings a longing to get away from the unreal things of life, out into the forest at night with a campfire and the rustling leaves.” – Margaret Elizabeth Sangster

“Sorry For What I Said When We Were Trying To Park The Trailer.”

“Sometimes the embers are better than the campfire.” – Stephen King

“It always rains on tents. Rainstorms will travel thousands of miles, against prevailing winds for the opportunity to rain on a tent.” – Dave Barry

“Isn’t it ironic that people read Instagram camping captions when they are supposed to be out in nature?.”

“Is it weird that I’m taking Louis Vuitton camping?” – Jessica Simpson

“Everybody Needs Beauty As Well As Bread, Places To Play In And Pray In, Where Nature May Heal And Give Strength To Body And Soul.”

“Escape to nature is not only a simple escape from stupidities in the city, but also a great refreshment to better fight fools and stupidities when you return to the city!” – Mehmet Murat Ildan

“Adventure Begins At The End Of Your Comfort Zone.”

“Walk away quietly in any direction and taste the freedom of the mountaineer. Camp out among the grasses and gentians of glacial meadows, in craggy garden nooks full of nature’s darlings.” – John Muir

“The World’s Big And I Want To Have A Good Look At It Before It Gets Dark.”

“The woods are lovely, dark and deep…” – Robert Frost

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” – Albert Einstein

“Keep Close To Nature’s Heart And Break Clear Away, Once In Awhile, And Climb A Mountain Or Spend A Week In The Woods. Wash Your Spirit Clean.”

“Time camping isn’t time spent, it’s time invested.”

“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity.” – John Muir

“Whatever form it takes, camping is earthy, soul-enriching and character building, and there can be few such satisfying moments as having your tent pitched and the smoke rising from your campfire as the golden sunsets on the horizon – even if it’s just for a fleeting moment before the rain spoils everything.” – Pippa Middleton

“There’s no wi-fi in the mountains, but you’ll find no better connection.”

“Just Another Wine Drinker With A Camping Problem.”

“Jobs fill your pocket adventure fills your soul.” – Jamie Lyn Beatty

“In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.” – John Muir

“Campgrounds are never comfortable. They are merely less awful than other options. In normal circumstances, if told that the nearest available toilet was half a mile away, up a dirt path frequented by animals in gastric distress, one would lock the doors and speed to civilization. When a tent or camper is involved, one is jubilant. At least this site had flush toilets!” – Thomm Quackenbush

“I Don’t Care How Long It Takes, I’m Going Somewhere Beautiful.”

“Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea, are excellent schoolmasters, and teach of us more than we can ever learn from books.” – John Lubbock

“Break out the sweatshirts and the s’mores supplies, the bonfires lit!.”

“The wilderness holds answers to questions we have not yet learned to ask.” – Nancy Wynne Newhall

“The ultimate camping trip was the Lewis and Clark expedition.” – Dave Barry

“I went camping for 33 days, and now everybody seems to care.” – Colleen Haskell

“A perfect day would be to get into the car, drive out to Yosemite, and go camping.” – Michael Steger

Camping isn't really a vacation, but it sure makes for good memories.

Camping With Friends Quotes

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“Welcome To Our Campsite Where Friends And Marshmallows Get Toasted At The Same Time.”

“Welcome To Our Camper. The Drinks Are Cold. The Laughs Are Loud. The Friendship Is Free.”

“Life is s’more fun with friends.”

“I got into an argument with a girlfriend inside of a tent. That’s a bad place for an argument, because then I tried to walk out and slammed the flap. How are you supposed to express your anger in this situation? Zipper it up really quick?” – Mitch Hedberg

“Far from the luxuries of home, camp life forces a slower, more thoughtful approach to living. Mornings are savoured. Coffee is sipped rather than drained. Making meals is less a chore and more an event. An evening stroll replaces the nightly TV hypnosis. In short, for a few fleeting days, we are briefly, blissfully, beautifully human again.” – Mark Kenyon

“Everything looks prettier with a bonfire glow around it.”

“Deep silence fell about the little camp, planted there so audaciously in the jaws of the wilderness. The lake gleamed like a sheet of black glass beneath the stars. The cold air pricked. In the draughts of night that poured their silent tide from the depths of the forest, with messages from distant ridges and from lakes just beginning to freeze, there lay already the faint, bleak odors of coming winter.” – Algernon Blackwood

“Cooking and eating food outdoors makes it taste infinitely better than the same meal prepared and consumed indoors.” – Fennel Hudson

“In a cool solitude of trees, where leaves and birds a music spin, mind that was weary is at ease, new rhythms in the soul begin.” – William Kean Seymour

“It is easier to throw sticks on the campfire then to try to restart it when it goes out.” – Cynthia Lewis

“It is almost impossible to watch a sunset and not dream.” – Bern Williams

“Somebody told me it was frightening how much topsoil we are losing every year, but I told that story around the campfire and nobody got scared.” – Jack Handey

“I’m a free spirit who never had the balls to be free.” – Cheryl Strayed

“A great many people, and more all the time, live their entire lives without ever once sleeping out under the stars.” – Alan S. Kesselheim

“The stars were better company anyway. They were very beautiful, and they almost never snored.” – David Eddings

“The outside is the only place we can truly be inside the world.” – Daniel J. Rice

“Nature is an outcry, unpolished truth; the art—a euphemism—tamed wilderness.” – Dejan Stojanovic

“Bonfires dot the rolling hillsides figures dance around and around to drums that pulse out echoes of darkness and moving to the pagan sound.” – Loreena McKennitt

“Between Every Two Pines Is A Doorway To A New World.”

“I like to be outdoors as much as possible.” – Sean McVay

“The glories of a mountain campfire are far greater than may be guessed… One can make a day of any size, and regulate the rising and setting of his own sun and the brightness of its shining.” – John Muir

“The glories of a mountain campfire are far greater than may be guessed.” – John Muir

“The first campfire didn’t exist until something nearly human shambled over and camped near it.” – Buck Tilton

“I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my sense put in order.” – John Burroughs

“Another thing I like to do is sit back and take in nature. To look at the birds, listen to their singing, go hiking, camping and jogging and running, walking along the beach, playing games and sometimes being alone with the great outdoors. It’s very special to me.” – Larry Wilcox

“Without the intense touch of nature, you can never fully freshen yourself! Go for a camping and there both your weary mind and your exhausted body will rise like a morning sun!” – Mehmet Murat ildan

“Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit.” – Edward Abbey

“The only vacation where you work harder preparing meals and caring for your living space than you do in your own freskin’ house.”

“The onlookers watched as the fire snapped and popped, observing the flames encircle the logs. Bits of blue and green intertwined with the blazing orange and yellow. The smoke rose high above the campfire, lifting glowing embers.” – Ann White Lombardi

“When you get a little dirt in your food while camping, it’s called ‘trail seasoning’.”

“When you do something, you should burn yourself up completely, like a good bonfire, leaving no trace of yourself.” – Shunryu Suzuki

“You are never too old to play outside.”

“When we would go camping in rural Wales, we would get sick. What I did not realize at the time was the sickness was a detoxification reaction from the toxic city environment that we normally lived in.” – Steven Magee

“There is nothing worse, after days of falling asleep by a babbling brook and waking up to a choir chirping birds, than to go inside a house with insulated walls and an obstructive roof. This torturous invention, a cage, a box, prevents you from seeing or hearing anything of natural importance. Make time to free yourself and find a bit of nature.” – Katherine Keith

“The more civilized man becomes, the more he needs and craves a great background of forest wildness, to which he may return like a contrite prodigal from the husks of an artificial life.” – Ellen Burns Sherman

“I like to go to the beach, have a bonfire, and play music.” – Colbie Caillat

“And at the end of the day, your feet should be dirty, your hair messy and your eyes sparkling.” – Shanti

“Adopt the pace of nature, her secret is patience.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

“If you can survive camping with someone, you should marry them on the way home.” – Yvonne Prinz

“I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain… Because it’s summertime, which means that it’s bonfire season and it’s raining all the time.”

“You don’t have to say everything to be a light. Sometimes a fire built on a hill will bring interested people to your campfire.” – Shannon L. Alder

“I might ask you one day to go camping, and if you have the desire to dance.” – Paige Lewis

“A world without huge regions of total wilderness would be a cage; a world without lions and tigers and vultures and snakes and elk and bison would be – will be – a human zoo. A high-tech slum.” – Edward Abbey

“The molting light glowed on the horizon where darkness wriggled itself free and shook off the sun like the nymphal skin of a mayfly. The magenta sky fell down. Golden embers of fire disappeared into darkness. This was a mysterious world and he wanted to paint it. He wanted to capture it the way he saw it now. He crawled into his tent and fell asleep to the thought that we are all painters of a mysterious world, a world of colors only magic could explain, and viewed only through the prismatic distortion of our own eyes.” – Daniel J. Rice

“The Joy Is In The Journey.”

“The greatest threat to the planet is the belief someone else will take care of it.” – Robert Swan

“You get guys around a campfire, and they start telling their stories. That’s the fellowship that they want to be in.” – John Eldredge

“The camp is the space that is opened when the state of exception begins to become the rule.” – Giorgio Agamben

“The bigger you build the bonfire, the more darkness is revealed.” – Terence McKenna

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Camping With Family Quotes

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“The rite of passage of learning to build a fire that will burn all night with one match is not an insignificant one in my husband’s family, and I grew up camping and backpacking. I love to camp.” – Sarah Wayne Callies

“I married a woman who loves to camp, and I am what you would call indoorsy… My wife always brings up, Camping’s a tradition in my family. Hey, it was a tradition in everyone’s family ’til we came up with the house.” – Jim Gaffigan

“I always wonder why birds choose to stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on the Earth. Then I ask myself the same question.” – Harun Yahya

“How is it that one match can start a forest fire, but it takes a whole box of matches to start a campfire?” – Christy Whitehead

“How glorious a greeting the sun gives the mountains!” – John Muir

“A crude meal, no doubt, but the best of all sauces is hunger.” – Edward Abbey

“A campfire is basically just a nightclub in the mountains.”

“I know how to make a little bonfire, fight off some coyotes, or whatever we got to do.” – Colton Underwood

“I googled my symptoms… turned out I just need to go camping.”

“Gather wood, build a fire, stay up all night with the fire and stars.” – Antler

“Fires will rage in California. And I’ll wake from nightmares of lions at my tent. And I’ll feel like a crazy person when I talk to people about the trail. And I’ll ache to come back.” – Luke Healy

“Before men ever dreamed of shelter, campfires were their homes.” – Sigurd Olson

“Wilderness areas are first of all a series of sanctuaries for the primitive arts of wilderness travel, especially canoeing and packing. I suppose some will wish to debate whether it is important to keep these primitive arts alive. I shall not debate it. Either you know it in your bones, or you are very, very old.” – Aldo Leopold

“Why is it that we don’t worry about a compass until we’re lost in a wilderness of our own making?” – Craig D. Lounsbrough

“Who needs the luxuries of a 5-star resort when you can sleep under millions of stars?.”

“Who needs a house up on a hill when you can have one on four wheels and take it anywhere the wind might blow?”

“Any meal is a good meal when you’re on a good river.” – Edward Abbey

“What is above knows what is below, but what is below does not know what is above. One climbs, one sees. One descends, one sees no longer, but one has seen. There is an art of conducting oneself in the lower regions by the memory of what one saw higher up. When one can no longer see, one can at least still know.” – René Daumal

“What Happens At The Campground Gets Laughed About All Year Long.”

“What could be smarter than going to camping in a deserted forest in a global pandemic time? However, even without such a pandemic, the smartest thing to do would be camping again!” – Mehmet Murat ildan

“Welcome To Our Campsite Where Constant Chaos Makes Wonderful Memories.”

“To be whole. To be complete. Wildness reminds us what it means to be human, what we are connected to rather than what we are separate from.”

“Time spent amongst trees is never wasted time.” – Katrina Mayer

“The fire is the main comfort of camp, whether in summer or winter.” – Henry David Thoreau

“Remember, a good marriage is like a campfire. Both grow cold if left unattended.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

“Real freedom lies in wildness, not in civilization.” – Charles Lindbergh

“Perhaps there is no thrill so great as that which comes with a walk in the freshness of morning air.” – Helen Keller

“Once all the power goes out, there will still be human beings standing together around a campfire, playing acoustic guitars.” – Jim James

“Nature has been for me, for as long as I remember, a source of solace, inspiration, adventure, and delight; a home, a teacher, a companion.”

“My wish is to stay always like this, living quietly in a corner of nature.” – Claude Monet

“My tent doesn’t look like much but, as an estate agent might say, “It is air-conditioned and has exceptional location.” – Fennel Hudson

“Look at the stars. Look how they shine for you.” – Coldplay, “Yellow.”

“Life is a fatal adventure. It can only have one end. So why not make it as far-ranging and free as possible.” – Alexander Eliot

“It’s impossible to go for a walk in the woods and be in a bad mood at the same time.”

“Of course, not everybody likes camping trips. I do not myself enjoy them much, because I’m not outdoorsy, or at any rate, I’m not outdoorsy.”

“Nature is so fantastic. Enjoy it. Let it make you happy.” – Bob Ross

“The campfire is the most important part of camping. It’s far more than just a source of heat or light. It’s the heart of civilization. All other activities revolve around the fire.” – David Lubar

“There’s no dream too big for the wilderness. I’d hate to see it tamed and carved up into little fiefdoms.” – Alice Valdal

“There’s no wi-fi in the mountain but I promise you’ll find a better connection.”

“Very few things in life can be so exhilarating as a cabin in the middle of the forest and loving life effortlessly while enjoying the smell of freshly ground heaven in your hot cup, in front of a fireplace… Sweet Solitude, you have taught me to live with very little. So very little it turned out to be a luxury.” – Efrat Cybulkiewicz

“Anna had read books about people in the cities going camping. They would leave their comfortable homes and beds and deliberately sleep in tents, on the ground, then cook their food outside over an open fire instead of in a well-stocked kitchen. She couldn’t imagine something so ridiculous.” – Gail Sattler

“And into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul.” – John Muir

“I’m a fire, and I’ll keep your brittle heart warm.” – Taylor Swift

“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.” – Henry David Thoreau

“If people sat outside and looked at the stars each night, I’ll bet they’d live a lot differently.” – Bill Watterson

CAMPING where you spend a small fortune, to live like a homeless person.

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