The good weather, the holidays or the need to spend more time in the middle of nature are very good reasons to go camping . It is essential to know the security measures for camping and spend a fantastic days. At this site, we will give you a few tips on how to choose a good camping site .
Find a regular and clear terrain where you can easily assemble your store. Clean any branches or stones in the area to create a suitable surface.
It is advised to avoid the low zones or those that can be the natural channels of the water in case of rain, as for example the dry channels. You could wake up soaked or, in case of heavy rains, be in danger.
Likewise, an area with grass is preferable to a dry and sandy area, because the latter is more likely to become marshy or unstable in the event of rain and would not be a good camping site .
If you are going to camp on the beach, keep in mind the tides. In some areas, for example in the north of Spain, the sea height varies markedly between high and low tide. If the sand is wet, do not put yourself in that area.
Always look for a camping area that is more or less close to a source of drinking water. Even so, it would be good if you always carry with you water for consumption, along with the other indispensable elements.
If you are in a camping area where there are restrooms, showers and other common areas, it is best not to camp next door. Although it may seem like the best area, because you will not have to go far to shower or go to the bathroom. But it is not really a good place to camp because you expose yourself to noises and bad odors.
Keep in mind the elements: you should avoid so much that the shop is all day in the sun, because it will reheat it, as in the shade, because you could be very cold at night, as if the wind faces the entrance of the store.
The wind can be a great inconvenience to have a good camping. So, ensure the stakes well and confirm that you have elements in your environment that work as good wind. Trees are good in stopping the impact of the wind.
Similarly, do not start fires or barbecues unless there is an area fitted for it and never, under no circumstances, leave the fire unattended.